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Manning challenges US to prove he 'aided the enemy'


WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning challenged US prosecutors on Wednesday to prove he intended to ‘aid the enemy’ by turning over documents to the whistleblower website, arguing that spilling secrets c

Australia pressing US on WikiLeaks' Assange


Australia said on Friday it was making representations to the United States about the potential prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his treatment there.

Attorney-General Nicola Roxon

Julian Assange show to air on Tuesday


After creating waves by leaking American diplomatic cables, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is all set to launch his new television interview show, which will be broadcast on Tuesday on Russia Today

WikiLeaks' Assange to run for Australian Senate


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is planning to run for election to the Australian Senate, the organisation announced on Saturday on Twitter.

Assange, an Australian citizen, is on bail awaiting a Bri

Pakistani army dismisses WikiLeaks' Osama allegations


Pakistani army on Tuesday denied whistleblowing website WikiLeaks cable's allegation, suggesting Pakistan military and the main intelligence officials were aware of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's pr

US 'draws up secret charges' against WikiLeaks' Assange


US prosecutors have drawn up secret charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a confidential email cited by media on Wednesday said, as his lawyer demanded Australia start protecting him.


WikiLeaks publishes 'millions' of Stratfor emails


Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks on Monday began publishing more than five million confidential emails from US-based intelligence firm Stratfor, the anti-secrecy group said.

The messages, which date

ISI and Pak army knew of Osama hideout: WikiLeaks

Mid to senior level officials in the ISI and military in Pakistan knew the arrangements for Osama bin Laden and his Abbottabad-safe house, claims a leaked email of Stratfor, the US-based global intell

WikiLeaks suspect charged, declines to enter plea

WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning declined to enter a plea as the US Army private was formally charged on Thursday with turning over a cache of classified US documents to WikiLeaks.

Manning, a 24-yea

WikiLeaks eyes leak showing Sweden's Bildt is US spy: Report


WikiLeaks aims to release documents revealing that Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt is a US spy as part of a 'smear campaign' to stop Sweden from extraditing founder Julian Assange to the United St

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