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CAIRO, Nov 25 (Reuters) – Gulf Air said its data was breached on Friday but its operations and vital systems were not affected, Bahrain’s news agency BNA reported on Saturday.

The agency quoted the company as saying that “as a result of this illegal breach some information from the company’s email system and customers’ database could be compromised” and it added emergency plans were deployed to contain the breach.

Reporting by Omar Abdel-Razek and Hatem Maher; Editing by Alexandra Hudson

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