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US WikiLeaks Soldier Gets Court-Martial

An Army officer ordered a court-martial for a low-ranking intelligence analyst charged in the biggest leak of classified information in US history.

Military District of Washington commander Maj Gen

Sex, leaks and a case: Wikileaks' Assange prepares for final court battle in Britain


Tomorrow, Wednesday, one of Internet's most controversial names will prepare for a final battle to stop extradition to a country, where his freedom could possibly come to an end.

WikiLeaks founder Ju

WikiLeaks scandal sparks US intelligence reform

The WikiLeaks document dump, which saw hundreds of thousands of classified US files leaked, rattled US intelligence officials, forcing them to implement reforms to prevent another such breach.


Julian Assange says he's launching TV talk show

You've read his leaks. Now watch his show.

Cyber-transparency activist Julian Assange says he's launching a career in television, hosting what he's billing as a new brand of talk show built around th

US Army recommends court-martial for Manning

A 24-year-old US soldier, accused of committing the biggest intelligence leak of classified government information in American history to WikiLeaks, may face a general court-martial.

Lieutenant Colo

State cables found on Manning computers: witness

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State Department cables and other documents released by WikiLeaks were found on computers used by Bradley Manning, accused of giving a trove of classified material to the secret-spilling site, a US Ar

Wikileaks case: Defence attorneys point to fragile Bradley Manning


Bradley Manning struggled with gender issues and emotional problems while deployed in Iraq, his lawyers said as the US soldier accused of a massive intelligence breach spent his 24th birthday in court

US WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning's hearing adjourns until Saturday


The pre-trial hearing for US Army Private Bradley Manning, accused of handing over US classified documents to WikiLeaks, adjourned for the day and will resume on Saturday.

Lieutenant Colonel Paul Alm

Bradley Manning defense takes offensive in WikiLeaks case


Lawyers for US soldier Bradley Manning mounted an aggressive defense at a hearing Friday on whether to court-martial him for spilling US diplomatic and military secrets to WikiLeaks.

Manning's lead a

Bring back Rs 25 lakh crore black money from abroad: Oppn

The issue of black money dominated in Lok Sabha today with the Opposition asking the government to bring back an estimated Rs 25 lakh crore stashed away illegally in foreign banks and reveal identity

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