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    US Secret Services` cafeful investigation reveled more than 100 Hilary Clinton`s e-mails contained classified information, local media reported.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — As many as 104 US former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s recently released emails sent using the private server have been deemed classified by the US government, local media reported.

    According to a Washington Post new analysis of Clinton’s correspondence, which was publicly released by the State Department in February, the former state secretary of the United States has used her private server to exchange information now considered sensitive in at least 104 cases.

    Officials claim that Clinton herself has placed classified information in the body of almost 75 percent of the emails. In some cases, it was Clinton who initiated the conversation, but in the majority of cases she replied to aides or other officials.

    In March 2015, Clinton has come under severe criticism for using her personal email account and server for official purposes while serving as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. Subsequently, the authorities discovered top classified material in some of her emails.


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