Wednesday, September 07, 2011

DTN News - WIKILEAKS NEWS: Various Articles From International Media Originated From Wikileaks For September 7, 2011

DTN News - WIKILEAKS NEWS: Various Articles From International Media Originated From Wikileaks For September 7, 2011
(NSI News Source Info) TORONTO, Canada - September 7, 2011: The international non-profit organization Wikileaks became world renown as a whistleblower publishing submissions of private, secret and classified media from anonymous news sources, news leaks and whistleblowers.
WikiLeaks states that its "primary interest is in exposing oppressive regimes in Asia, the former Soviet bloc, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East, but we also expect to be of assistance to people of all regions who wish to reveal unethical behaviour in their governments and corporations".
Here are the news on various subjects on Wikileaks by global media/web/blogs and reactions respectively for DTN News readers and viewers;
Zimbabwe: WikiLeaks cables reveal Mugabe's inner circle talking with US Christian Science Monitor That secret has been given increasing attention with the release of US diplomatic cables by the whistle-blowing website, WikiLeaks. But perhaps the most surprising aspect of this latest WikiLeaks release is not what has been said, but who is saying it. ... See all stories on this topic » Christian Science Monitor
He's back: This time it's Yeddy & behenji Times of India Wikileaks springing up its complete cache of cables upon the world didn't ignite an instant hue and cry and no country is sulking or going to war, yet. But the drama continues to unfold as concerned parties make sense of unceremoniously declassified ... See all stories on this topic »
Assange says WikiLeaks is ready for more TG Daily WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange believes his recent decision to publish thousands of unredacted cables will have little long-term effect on the organization's ability to obtain sensitive data in the future. "Our promise to sources is [still] that we ... See all stories on this topic » TG Daily
WikiLeaks: US backed MILF EDWIN FERNANDEZ/INQUIRER MINDANAO Purported secret US Embassy files released by the whistle-blowing WikiLeaks showed that Washington had a direct hand in the ill-fated deal to create a Bangsamoro Juridical Entity in 2008 that critics warned could lead ... See all stories on this topic »
Wikileaks: Online infiltrators often take credit for terrorist attacks Computerworld The March 2008 cable -- part of a massive release this month by Wikileaks -- described a meeting between staff at the US embassy in Tel Aviv and executives of Hazard Threat Analysis (HTA), a private firm that specialized in Internet-based ... See all stories on this topic »
Nigerian politicians profit from oil theft - WikiLeaks Reuters Africa LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's political elite and soldiers have profited from large-scale oil theft in the Niger Delta that may cost the country up to a tenth of its production, according to a leaked US diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks at the end ... See all stories on this topic » Reuters Africa
Wikileaks: Gray Companies Enabled Sudan Atrocities Human Rights First By Crimes Against Humanity Program In 2003, the Government of Sudan summoned Sudanese business leaders and solicited financial assistance from them for its violent campaigns in Darfur, according to a cable published by Wikileaks. ... See all stories on this topic »
Chabad and Wikileaks (4): Various Activities Chabad Info In continuation to the previous releases of Wikileaks documents, we present to you the fourth installment of American Embassies cables, discussing various Chabad activities worldwide such as the new Chabad House in Berlin, and anti-missionary activity ... See all stories on this topic »
WikiLeaks Under Fire After Document Dump Risks Identifying Sources PBS News Hour Read the Transcript: The latest WikiLeaks document dump of more than 250000 diplomatic cables included the names of thousands of people who had spoken in confidence to American diplomats. Ray Suarez discusses what created the ... See all stories on this topic »
Members of Qaida-linked group released by Nigeria: WikiLeaks Times of India PTI | Sep 7, 2011, 08.46AM IST ABUJA: A leaked US diplomatic cable has revealed that members of an al-Qaida linked Islamic sect, Boko Haram in Nigeria, who were arrested for bombings and shootings, were later released secretly by the country's state ... See all stories on this topic »
St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Wikileaks & 2005 Election · Global ... By Janine Mendes-Franco St. Vincent & the Grenadines. The Wikileaks controversy involving journalist Peter Wickham and Prime Minister Gonsalves has Vincentian blogger Abeni commenting: “I suspect the fall out will be great.” ... Global Voices
Bradley Manning Support Network » Update 9/6/11: WikiLeaks ... By emma WikiLeaks releases U.S. Diplomatic Cables in-full. Bradley Manning Support Network does media fundraising. Bradley Manning Support Network
Barbados coast guard head confirms WikiLeaks chat - Stabroek ... By Stabroek editor Barbados coast guard head confirms WikiLeaks chat (Barbados Nation) World whistle-blower website WikiLeaks has suggested there was “internal corruption” Stabroek News
Wikileaks Cable: Kuwait Lobbied State Dept. on Behalf of Contractor ... By Project On Government Oversight By JAKE WIENS A newly released cable by the anti-secrecy group Wikileaks shows that the government of Kuwait repeatedly lobbied the State Department on behalf of First Kuwaiti General Trading & Contracting Company (First Kuwaiti), the ... The Project On Government Oversight...
Wikileaks: Jordanian government officials envision Jordan as the ... A US diplomatic cable sent from US embassy in Amman and published on Wikileaks this week discussed Jordan's IT sector status and plans after Yahoo acquisition. ArabCrunch
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