The New York Times reports:
The Biden administration is set to announce on Thursday a string of long-awaited measures against Russia, including far-reaching financial sanctions, for the hacking of government and private networks and a range of other activity, according to people who have been briefed on the moves.
The sanctions will be among what President Biden’s aides say are “seen and unseen” steps in response to the hacking, known as SolarWinds; to the C.I.A.’s assessment that Russia offered to pay bounties to militants in Afghanistan to kill American troops; and to Russia’s yearslong effort to interfere in United States elections.
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Breaking News: The U.S. is set to announce sanctions and other measures against Russia for cyberattacks, bounties on U.S. troops and election meddling, officials said. https://t.co/3baNWOmJ43
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