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# Cablegate

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Bradley Manning trial: Lawyers ask court to drop 'break-in' charge
Attorneys at Manning’s military pre-trial hearings say the US Army Private had permission to read the ‘Cablegate’ files.
Gilmore: 'I never told US Embassy I wanted second Lisbon referendum'
The Tánaiste dismisses WikiLeaks’ tale of events, saying: ‘Don’t believe everything you read.’
#ge11, #Egypt, #tigerblood: the year in Twitter hashtags
From our own #aras11 to the devastation of the #Japan earthquake and tsunami, here’s how some of 2011′s most defining events were captured on Twitter…
Manning 'claimed he was removing the fog of war' in Wikileaks disclosure
A court has heard evidence from the military’s case against against the former US army intelligence officer accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of documents to Wikileaks.
WikiLeaks publishes entire stash of US diplomatic cables in uncensored form
Officials around the world criticise the move, which could potentially expose the identities of diplomatic spies and terror suspects.
Wikileaks accuses Guardian newspaper of exposing unredacted cables
WikiLeaks said the disclosure had jeopardised the “careful work” it was doing to redact and publish the cables. The paper denied any wrongdoing.
WikiLeaks steps up release of US cables - without media partners
Frustrated at the dearth of media coverage, WikiLeaks publishes over 133,000 cables without the support of its media ‘partners’.
WikiLeaks' Assange set for two-day extradition hearing
The Australian founder of WikiLeaks will appear before a two-day hearing to determine whether he should be sent to Sweden.
Assange 'threatened to sue Guardian' over Cablegate publication
A Vanity Fair article alleges that the WikiLeaks founder claimed ownership of the documents leaked from US embassies.
WikiLeaks returns with new address after US provider pulls web services
Just days after being forced to change hosts, the domain is pulled – forcing the site to take a new Swiss address.