US intelligence and law enforcement officials aware of CIA violation since late last year

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO – The lobby of the CIA headquarters building in Langley

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US intelligence and law enforcement officials told Reuters on Wednesday they were aware of a CIA security breach, which led to the last Wikileaks dump since late last year.

The two officials said they were targeting contractors as the most likely source of the leak.

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