Sunday, September 11, 2011

DTN News - WIKILEAKS NEWS: Various Articles From International Media Originated From Wikileaks For September 11, 2011

DTN News - WIKILEAKS NEWS: Various Articles From International Media Originated From Wikileaks For September 11, 2011
(NSI News Source Info) TORONTO, Canada - September 11, 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;
Latest Wikileaks Releases Give Zimbabweans Insights Into Political Parties Voice of America 11 September 2011 Latest Wikileaks Releases Offer Zimbabweans Candid View of Political Parties The United States embassy for its part strongly condemned the release of the cables. Sharon Hudson-Dean, US Embassy spokesperson, says the disclosures could ... See all stories on this topic »
AP review finds no WikiLeaks sources who say revealing their names put them at ... Washington Post (no/Associated Press) - FILE - In this July 14, 2011 photo, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange talks to members of the media during a news conference in central London. The US has condemned the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks for putting lives in danger. ... See all stories on this topic »
Two held for alleged Essar's cash transfer to Maoists Times of India RAIPUR: The recent WikiLeaks revelations that Essar Group was paying "protection money" to Maoists in Chhattisgarh has made the police swing into action and arrest two people for involvement in money transfer. However, human rights bodies have termed ... See all stories on this topic »
Nagenda, Museveni secrets revealed, how Wikileaks caused fallout The Observer The cables were leaked by whistleblower website, WikiLeaks. The releases will not only cause embarrassment to the American Embassy but also offer an insight into what could have triggered the fallout between Nagenda and the Musevenis, who could have ... See all stories on this topic »
Tales from Mexico's drug wars, WikiLeaks style CNN International State Department cables recently made pubilc through WikiLeaks include detailed accounts of some of the smaller events in the drug war, providing a glimpse of successes and failures rarely revealed by officials. A CNN review of all the WikiLeaks ... See all stories on this topic »
WikiLeaks secret cables detail Delray firm's role in arms trade Palm Beach Post The April 2008 effort was detailed in secret diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks and made public 10 days ago, documents reviewed by The Palm Beach Post. The dispatches offer rare glimpses into the shadowy world of the international arms trade. ... See all stories on this topic »
WikiLeaks cable lays into Mswati Times LIVE In the dispatches of the whistle-blower WikiLeaks, Swaziland's King Mswati III is portrayed as an insecure ruler who throws his weight around to intimidate those around him. He is said to believe in witchcraft as well Swaziland's King Mswati III has ... See all stories on this topic » Times LIVE
WikiLeaks merely advances history writing Philippine Star It is silly of some people to say that WikiLeaks should be ignored because the subjects of the leaks will not confirm the authenticity of the documents and the events described. In truth, most if not all of the US Embassy documents released by ... See all stories on this topic »
Money before talks: Zardari told US (Wikileaks) Real Time News, India Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari tried to extract financial concessions from the US in exchange for talking with India, according to a US diplomatic cable dating to February last year and leaked byWikileaks. When the US pressed him to hold talks ... See all stories on this topic »
Former Rep. William Jefferson's legal problems make it into Wikileaks William Jefferson's legal problems have made it into Wikileaks, the online site that runs secret cables and documents for all the world to read. In this case, Wikileaks got a copy of an internal cable from the US embassy in Nigeria about the political ... See all stories on this topic »
Wikileaks cable reveals US officials requested removal of content ... By Nancy Messieh According to a 2010 Wikileaks cable from Doha, Qatar, the US government has previously had a say in what content appears on the Al Jazeera website. The cable documents a meeting between Al Jazeera's Managing Director, Wadah ... The Next Web
Looking at WikiLeaks cables on pharmaceutical drugs and trade ... By James Love Like many others, I have spent the past several days combing through countless US Department of State cables. I am primarily looking at the cables that describe our government's efforts to drive up the price of medicine in developing ... Le Monde diplomatique - English edition
Okonjo-Iweala faults 'WikiLeaks' story By johnabayomi Finance Minister, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, says the report, headlined, “WikiLeaks: Okonjo-Iweala Ferried $50 Million Jobs To Brother”, published by Sahara Reporters, is “baseless fiction totally devoid of even a semblance of truth”. ... Vanguard News
Wikileaks reveals US helping maintain siege against Gaza ... By Antony Loewenstein Antony Loewenstein is a Sydney-based independent freelance journalist, author, documentarian, photographer and blogger. Antony Loewenstein
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