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Whistleblower website Wikileaks obtained files published in US and European newspapers, which are assessments of all 780 prisoners ever held at Guantanamo Bay (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk). (more…)

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US state department spokesman PJ Crowley (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk) has resigned on Sunday, saying he took responsibility for the impact of his remarks about Bradley Manning. (more…)

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US state department spokesman PJ Crowley said the treatment of Bradley Manning (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk) is “ridiculous and counterproductive and stupid”. (more…)

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A date has been set by a UK court for Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange, 39. He will appear for the full extradition hearing next month. (more…)

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A court in London refused bail to Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, and ordered that he remain in custody for a week, after being arrested on an extradition warrant. (photo, from aljazeera.net) (more…)

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A criminal investigation has been launched by the US following the release, on Sunday, of hundreds of thousands of US diplomatic documents by the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks. (more…)

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American diplomats have briefed US allies around the world about the expected release of three million potentially embarrassing classified files by WikiLeaks, the whistleblowing website run by Julian Assange (photo, from aljazeera.net). (more…)

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Prosecutors in Sweden said they would seek an international arrest warrant for Australian WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk) in a rape case, after a court ruled he should be held for questioning. (more…)

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As promised, on Friday Wikileaks released almost 400,000 classified US documents about the war in Iraq.

Julian Assange, the founder of the whistleblowing website defended the release, arguing that the “intimate details” of the conflict were made public in an effort to reveal the truth about the conflict. (more…)

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A 120-member team has been assembled by the Pentagon in order to prepare for the expected publication of some 400,000 Iraq war documents on the Wikileaks website. (more…)

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