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MOSCOW, October 18. /TASS/. Moscow has received no evidence from the United States proving Russia’s alleged hacker attacks on US institutions, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Tuesday.
"There have been no proof, do data, no passwords, no hyperlinks. Nothing," she said.
Washington’s inability to provide any proof can only mean that such allegations target domestic audience and are part of the presidential campaign, she said, adding that attempts at reducing the presidential campaign to accusations against Russia are inglorious for a great power. "It is a global disgrace," she said.
Earlier WikiLeaks released on its website hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee. Hillary Clinton accused Russian hackers. US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper also suggested Russia was behind the hacks. Kremlin has repeatedly denied accusations.