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# Wikileaks

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Column: Bradley Manning broke the law, but he placed more value on morality than legality
Watching ‘Collateral Damage’ – footage that shows US military opening fire on men and children in Baghdad – one can see why Manning wanted the American people to see what was happening in their name, writes Neil Walsh.
Poll: Is Bradley Manning a whistleblower or a traitor?
What do you think?
Julian Assange: Bradley Manning didn't get a fair trial
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said the conviction of Bradley Manning on 20 out of 22 counts set a “dangerous precedent”.
Here Is What Happened Today: Tuesday
Everybody’s talking about the sad death of Colm Murray, the tragic case of the Chada brothers, and Michael D signing the abortion bill into law.
Bradley Manning acquitted of aiding and abetting enemy, but guilty of espionage
US ARMY PRIVATE Bradley Manning has been acquitted of aiding the enemy for giving secrets to WikiLeaks.
Verdict due in Bradley Manning WikiLeaks trial
Private Bradley Manning is accused of giving hundreds of thousands of pages of classified documents and videos to WikiLeaks.
Julian Assange launches political party from inside Ecuadorian embassy
The Wikileaks founder said a victory for his candidates would be like putting the country’s best investigative journalists in the Australian Senate.
First trailer for WikiLeaks movie The Fifth Estate is here
Benedict Cumberbatch is looking very Julian Assange.
Column: As an American, I’m still not entirely sure about Edward Snowden
Is Edward Snowden a heroic whistleblower or a far less noble character? I think we’re still waiting for that question to be answered, writes Larry Donnelly.
Two countries offer Snowden asylum, but he has no passport to leave Moscow
Snowden has been scrambling to evade espionage charges after disclosing a vast US surveillance program to collect phone and internet data.
WikiLeaks: Snowden makes 6 new asylum applications
WikiLeaks it would not be identifying the countries involved “due to attempted US interference” in the Edward Snowden’s asylum applications.
Lots of countries reject Edward Snowden's request for asylum - but two say 'maybe'
Bolivia and Venezuela have both said that they would consider an asylum application from the NSA whistleblower.
Poll: Should Ireland grant asylum to Edward Snowden?
NSA whistleblower and fugitive Edward Snowden has asked for asylum in 20 countries. Should Ireland grant it?
Snowden applies for asylum in Ireland… and 18 other nations
The whistleblower is accusing the US Government of pressuring leaders of countries from which he has sought protection.
Ed Snowden's dad: 'My son broke the law - but he's no traitor'
Lonnie Snowden reckons his son would be willing to come home as long as authorities agree not to detain him before trial.
Russian official says Snowden case at 'dead end'
Moscow is refusing to respond to US efforts to have the former NSA contractor handed over.
Putin won't extradite Snowden who's in the transit area at Moscow airport
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the sooner Snowden selected his final destination the better for all.
Edward Snowden to follow Julian Assange to Ecuadoran shelter?
Ecuador’s Foreign Minister says it has received a formal request for asylum.
American officials in Brussels tell HQ: 'The British are watering our whiskey'
The things you find in Wikileaks
Mystery over ‘hijacking incident at Dublin Airport’ 37 years ago
A Wikileaks cable contains limited information about an apparent hijacking incident at Dublin Airport in December 1976 but there are few other details about the event.
US noted Ireland's 'tendency to identify with North Vietnamese' in 1973
In a confidential wire leaked by Wikileak, then US Ambassador to Ireland John DJ Moore spoke about the country’s reluctance to take a lead role in the European Community.
Ireland got a ‘B’ grade for its last European presidency
The US said it would give Ireland a “tentative B” for its 2004 presidency of the European Union.
US doubted non-political role of Irish president after Hillery election
The American embassy here also believed the politician was “not enthusiastic” about the job.
'Desperate' Ireland wanted Britain to send NATO troops to Northern Ireland
A Wikileaks cable reveals that Garret FitzGerald asked the United States not to oppose any British reassignment of troops.
US saw 'a dollop of complacency' in Irish efforts to pursue alleged terrorists
The latest Wikileaks cables highlight American concerns.
Wikileaks source Bradley Manning pleads guilty to 10 charges
The US Army Private now faces up to 20 years in prison.
US army forced to release WikiLeaks case documents
The US army has published dozens of documents in the case of WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning, after media outlets and other groups had criticised a lack of transparency.
Julian Assange to run for Australian senate, his mum says he'll be 'awesome'
The Wikileaks founder intends to run in the September poll even though he is currently holed-up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
8 of the weirdest meetings of 2012
From Lady Gaga hanging out with Julian Assange to Tupac Shakur’s Coachella performance, here’s our shortlist of the stranger celebrity and political encounters of the year.
Assange defends WikiLeaks two years after 'cablegate'
Julian Assange has vowed to keep exposing secret documents and defended his controversial website Wikileaks.
WikiLeaks suspect tells court of his despair in 'cage'
Bradley Manning is charged with aiding the enemy by causing hundreds of thousands of classified documents to be published on the secret-sharing website WikiLeaks.
Julian Assange has 'lung condition' says Ecuadorian embassy
The Wikileaks founder is unwell according to Ecuador’s ambassador to London. Assange has spent the past five months holed-up in the London embassy.
Unlikely Celebrity Meeting of the Day: Lady Gaga and Julian Assange
Over to you: what do you think the two of them talked about?
Ecuador's president says Assange allegations 'not crimes' in most places
Correa said the alleged actions against the WikiLeaks founder were ‘not crimes in 90 to 95 per cent of the world’ but they had played no part in Quito’s decision to grant Assange asylum.
Ecuador and UK 'must seek mutually acceptable solution' on Assange case
President Rafael Correa says the two countries are returning to dialogue over controversy surrounding the WikiLeaks founder.
Ecuador says attempts to storm embassy 'would be suicide'
The people of Ecuador have rallied behind president Rafael Correa after he granted political asylum to Julian Assange.