The secret-spilling group WikiLeaks said Thursday it was in the process of publishing material from 2.4 million Syrian emails — many of which it said came from official government accounts.
Julian Assange founder of Wikileaks, the whistle-blowing website, lost his appeal in the highest British Court against extradition to Sweden on rape and sexual molestation charges. Assange, did not attend the 10-minutes judgment passed down by British Supreme Court where dozens of supporters waving placards in support for his
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 the theme of “the world tomorrow.”
Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati described Hezbollah several times as a “tumor” during a meeting on December 18, 2008 with US State Department official David Hale and former US Ambassador to Lebanon Michele Sison.
A torrent of leaked U.S. diplomatic cables obtained by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks has been published in the last few days, with at least 170 of them naming sources whose identity was meant to be protected, according to an analysis of the documents by CNN.
Victims of the July 2006 war with Israel should file lawsuits against Lebanese officials and Western governments for assisting the Jewish state during the conflict, Loyalty to the Resistance Bloc MP Nawaf Mousawi said Sunday. “Those who were harmed from the Israeli aggression should file lawsuits in Lebanese courts and international courts against those who […]
Free patriotic Movement FPM leader MP Michel Aoun rejected on Saturday a “provocative campaign” launched against him and denied media reports quoting him as allegedly insulting Lebanon’s Sunni Muslims.
Lebanese President Michel Suleiman warned on Sunday that the published information based on WikiLeaks cables “lacks accuracy and credibility and is mostly based on conclusions and out of context conversations or quotes from a third party.”
Lebanon’s erstwhile caretaker Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, wanted a coalition of progressives to replace President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, in a bid to isolate his neighboring state, according to cables released by Wikileaks and published in the Arabic newspaper Al Ahram on Friday.
“Fighting corruption is not achieved by slogans, but through supporting the state project and empowering its institutions,” Caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri who is on a three day visit to Northern said on Thursday.