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New Security Breach! PROOF Russia Hacked Hillary & Huma Emails, Gave To U.S. Enemies

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Nov. 4 2016, Updated 6:46 p.m. ET

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Russian intelligence operatives have hacked the emails of Hillary Clinton and her top aide Huma Abedin — and they are already circulating the secrets they found to foreign intelligence agencies around the globe.

Hundreds of thousands of documents have been compromised, some never before seen, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

The massive trove of data also includes emails recovered from the laptop that Abedin, the vice chairwoman of Clinton’s campaign, shared with her estranged husband, disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner.

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Those are now in possession of the FBI as part of an ongoing criminal probe that has been an explosive plot twist to the final days of the presidential election.

While the FBI has not yet released their findings, Radar can reveal that the Russians have already begun to disseminate the dirty details.

Specifically, Radar has learned that agents for Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation, or SVR — formerly known as the KGB — have shared information about the trove with their Italian counterparts at the Agenzia Informazioni e Sicurezza Esterna.

According to sources who have seen the breathtaking materials, 28 emails between the Democratic presidential candidate and Abedin — sent from March of 2010 to July of 2015 — are carefully categorized and analyzed in the top-secret intelligence file now circulating across international borders.

In fact, Radar has learned that Clinton sent many of these emails while she served as Secretary of State, during President Barack Obama’s first term.

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Among the many explosive bombshells in the files, this latest and most catastrophic breach of Clinton’s "home-brew" server provides a "startling glimpse" into the inner workings of the Clinton Foundation, claimed a source.

This informant spoke to Radar under the condition of anonymity, given their role in the unprecedented leak.

What’s more, that same source told Radar that the explosive communiqué contains explicit, never-before-told details about the TRUTH of 69-year-old Clinton’s health issues.

In all, the cache has given foreign governments terrifying access to American foreign policy and secrets that could be exploited by our most hated enemies!

The confidential report was compiled during a covert meeting between representatives from both Russia and Italy on Oct. 22, Radar has been told.

According to five intelligence sources who have seen the dossier, it is written in Italian and Russian (Cyrillic) — and structured in the following format:

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  • The date and the identity of the sender — either Clinton or Abedin;
  • The contents of the email exchanges; and
  • A short analysis by Russian-based foreign intelligence analysts providing context for the revelations.

Radar has confirmed the authenticity of the material through a former high-ranking U.S. law enforcement officer — and this despite Clinton’s continued claims that her server was NEVER breached.

The exposure of yet another breach of Clinton’s emails — so soon before voters go to the polls — "will have seismic implications on the final result of the election,” said one of the five sources who had reviewed the embarrassing material.

This is — for the first time — CONCLUSIVE evidence that Russian agents did indeed hack Clinton’s private email server.

Worse, it’s proof that they are already actively using the information that they found there.

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Additional reporting: Melissa Cronin, Doug Montero, James Robertson, Lachlan Cartwright, Patty Gonzalez, Nick Erickson.

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