LONDON (AP) — The Reuters news agency says hackers have broken into one of its websites for the second time in two weeks and posted a false story saying Saudi Arabia's foreign minister had died.

Reuters said Wednesday in a news story posted on its website that a fabricated piece saying Prince Saud al-Faisal had died "was illegally posted on a Reuters journalist's blog."

The agency said the false posting had been deleted and that it does not have any immediate information on who was behind the hack.

Two weeks ago, the agency said one of its websites had been hacked and used to disseminate fake stories about Syria's rebel movement.

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  • May 10, 2012, Damascus: Twin suicide car bombers blow themselves up outside a military intelligence building, killing at least 55 people. <br> <em>This photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows an arial view of the scene where two bombs exploded, at Qazaz neighborhood in Damascus, Syria, on Thursday May 10, 2012.</em> (AP Photo/SANA)

  • April 27, 2012, Damascus: Suicide bomber kills at least nine people, most of them security officers. <br> <em>In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, a general view shows the site where one of two bombs exploded near a military compound, in the city of Idlib, northwestern Syria, Monday, April 30, 2012.</em> (AP Photo/SANA)

  • March 17, 2012, Damascus: Blasts kill at least 27 people near intelligence and security buildings in the capital. <br> <em>In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, Syrian firefighters extinguish a fire in a damaged building near the aviation intelligence department, which was attacked by one of two explosions, in Damascus, Syria, on Saturday, March 17, 2012.</em> (AP Photo/SANA)

  • Feb. 10, 2012, Aleppo: Two suicide car bombers hit security compounds in the industrial center of Aleppo, killing 28 people.<br> <em>In this photo taken on a government-organized tour for the media, debris is seen on the floor under portraits of late Syrian President Hafez Assad,left, and his son Syrian President Bashar Assad, right, inside a damaged Syrian military intelligence building at a security compound which was attacked by an explosion, in the northern city of Aleppo, Syria, on Friday Feb. 10, 2012.</em> (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)

  • Jan. 6, 2012, Damascus: Blast at an intersection in Damascus kills 25 people, many of them police. <br> <em>Syrian riot police forces gear is seen inside a damaged bus at the scene bomb at Midan neighborhood, in Damascus, Syria, on Friday Jan. 6, 2012. </em>(AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)

  • Dec. 23, 2011, Damascus: Back-to-back car bombs near Syria's intelligence agencies kill at least 44 in the first major attack in the heart of the capital. Syria's state-run TV blames al-Qaida militants. <br> <em>A cracked windshield is seen at the site of a suicide bombing in Damascus, Syria, Friday, Dec. 23, 2011.</em> (AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)