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Twitter tells Congress it has suspended hundreds of Russia-linked accounts

Platform says it banned 201 accounts tied to thousands in political ad spending, as congressional investigators press for details on Russian election interference

Twitter has suspended 201 accounts tied to Russian-linked sources that purchased thousands of dollars of political ads on Facebook during the 2016 presidential election, officials from the social media giant told congressional investigators on Thursday.

In a blogpost, Twitter said it shared its findings during a series of briefings in Washington on Thursday with staff from the Senate and House intelligence committees.

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