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By benim
In Europe
Jan 13th, 2011
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Unlike Julian Assange’s first appearance in a British court, the judges have now lifted the tweet ban. Court reporting in its full 140 character flower is being permitted to bloom. And boy did they tweet. It was a grey morning outside the court. Tweetpics show reporters rugged up and looking mi...
By benim
In Canada
Jan 6th, 2011
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ophisticated scam artists are raiding blackberries, I-phones and personal computers and are using sites like Facebook to steal identities and money by fooling friends, Halifax police warn. Det. Const. Dana Drover said Wednesday the best way to protect yourself at home — or using public Wi-Fi — is to ...
By benim
In Middle East
Jan 2nd, 2011
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Israel’s army chief told a US Congress delegation in late 2009 he was preparing for a large war in the Middle East, probably against Hamas or Hezbollah, leaked US diplomatic cables showed on Sunday. “I am preparing the Israeli army for a large scale war, since it is easier to scale down t...
By benim
In Asia
Dec 26th, 2010
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Asssange has told the British Sunday Times that he will write his memoirs as part of a book deal worth up to 1 million pounds (1.5 million dollars). Mr. Assange, who is currently under a form of house arrest in Britain, says he needs the money to pay his legal bills. The [&he...
By benim
In Asia
Dec 25th, 2010
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The whistleblower has released its much-anticipated Iraq War logs, a massive trove of nearly 400,000 files that constitute the biggest leak of military secrets in U.S. history. From unreported cases of torture to a potential coverup involving the imprisoned American hikers in Iran, see what’s in the ...
By benim
In WikiLeaks Cables
Dec 24th, 2010
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The whistleblower’s latest document dump exposes Saudi Arabia’s plot against Iran, a corrupt Afghan’s $52 million payday, Putin and Berlusconi’s “bromance,” and more. See nine of the most startling details. 1. Yemen Takes the Fall for U.S. Drones Leaked documents reveal that Yemen has been covering u...
By benim
In Europe
Dec 20th, 2010
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Julian Assange seduced a third girl in the same week he bedded two women at the centre of sex assault allegations, it was claimed on Sunday. The self-assured WikiLeaks boss allegedly stole her from under the nose of an American journalist as they all dined together at a Stockholm restaurant. It was j...
By benim
In News
Dec 18th, 2010
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The head of the United Nations offered Robert Mugabe a lucrative retirement package in an overseas haven if he stood down as Zimbabwe’s president, according to claims quoted in leaked diplomatic cables. The extraordinary offer was allegedly made by Kofi Annan, who was then the UN secretary gene...
By benim
In Crime & Corruption
Dec 18th, 2010
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The United States military has denied mistreating an army private suspected of passing hundreds of thousands of classified US documents to the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks. Bradley Manning has been held in solitary confinement at a US Marine prison near Washington since July after being charged w...
By benim
In WikiLeaks Cables
Dec 18th, 2010
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Dispatches chart Cuban leader’s obsession with US president, from admiration to eventual sense of betrayal. ImagesBarack and Fidel: like so many great love affairs it was doomed. But memory of the passion, or at least infatuation, lingers. Having seen off 10 US presidents – all committed to his...