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WikiLeaks releasing "embarrassing" Syria emails

By : Raphael Satter | AP | London | 05 Jul 2012

The secret-spilling group WikiLeaks said Thursday it was in the process of publishing material from 2.4 million Syrian e-mails — many of which it said came from official government accounts.

WikiLeaks’ Sarah Harrison told journalists at London’s Frontline Club that the e-mails reveal interactions between the Syrian government and Western companies, although she declined to go into much further detail.

Julian Assange leads Afghanistan protest in London

By AFP : London | 09 Oct 2011

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and socialite Jemima Khan led a protest in London Saturday against the war in Afghanistan, 10 years after the United States and Britain went to war against the Taliban.

Organisers the Stop The War Coalition claimed 5,000 people attended the protest in central London's historic Trafalgar Square. London's Metropolitan Police did not give a figure.

Paper: Documents show US funding Syrian opposition

Source : AP
WASHINGTON | 18 Apr 2011

The State Department has been secretly financing opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad, The Washington Post reported, citing previously undisclosed diplomatic documents provided to the newspaper by the WikiLeaks website.

One of the outfits funded by the US is Barada TV, a London-based satellite channel that broadcasts anti-government news into Syria, the Post reported Sunday.

Barada’s chief editor, Malik Al-Abdeh, is a cofounder of the Syrian exile group Movement for Justice and Development.

Possible effects of WikiLeaks on Middle East

Source : İsmail Duman | World Bulletin
Wednesday : 29 Dec 2010

In the previous analysis, we tried to focus on suspicions and questions about the releasing Wikileaks cables. And then, we looked at the Turkey’s position in these leaks up to some extend. Although we examine how US diplomats or the other diplomats evaluate Turkey, Turkey’s AKP, and its leaders, we couldn’t look at the viewpoints of Turkish leaders about their neighboring countries or any other political issue.

WikiLeaks - The Tel Aviv connection

Source | Jeff Gates
Wednesday | 01 Dec 2010

What is Tel Aviv to do now that it’s known Israelis and pro-Israelis ‘fixed’ the intelligence that induced the U.S. to war in Iraq?

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Con me consistently for six decades and the relationship is over, as is Israel’s credibility as a legitimate nation state.

Tel Aviv knows this. But what can the Zionist state do about it?

Answer: Wikileaks.

Why now? Misdirection.

WikiLeaks cable release rattles US government

Source : Barbara Ferguson | Arab News
WASHINGTON | 29 Nov 2010

The Obama White House is in turmoil after whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks began publishing more secret government files on Sunday which Der Spiegel called "nothing short of a political meltdown for US foreign policy."

On Monday President Obama ordered a government-wide review of how agencies safeguard sensitive information.

U.S. warns Britain over new WikiLeaks revelations that will 'expose corruption between allies'

Source | Daily Mail Reporter
London | 27 Nov 2010

David Cameron was warned last night by America that damaging secrets of the ‘special relationship’ are about to be laid bare.

The U.S. ambassador to London made an unprecedented personal visit to Downing Street to warn that whistleblower website WikiLeaks is about to publish secret assessments of what Washington really thinks of Britain.

The website is on the verge of revealing almost 3million documents, including thousands of sensitive diplomatic cables sent to Washington from the American embassy in London.

WikiLeaks' Iraq report details no US investigation of many abuses

Source | Reuters
23 Oct 2010

WikiLeaks released nearly 400,000 classified U.S. files on the Iraq war on Friday, some detailing gruesome cases of prisoner abuse by Iraqi forces that the U.S. military knew about but did not seem to investigate.

The website's publication of the secret reports -- the largest security breach of its kind in U.S. military history, far surpassing the group's dump of more than 70,000 Afghan war files in July.

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