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Crowley resigns as U.S. State Department spokesman

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P.J. Crowley abruptly resigned Sunday as State Department spokesman over controversial comments he made about the Bradley Manning case.

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Wikileaks: Hezbollah trained Bahrainis in Lebanon

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King Hamad of Bahrain reportedly said in July 2008 that Bahrainis were receiving training from Hezbollah in Lebanon according to

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Chief Palestinian negotiator resigns over Wikileaks

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Saeb Erakat has submitted his resignation as the chief Palestinian negotiator, according to Mohammed Shtayeh, Palestinian negotiator and a Fatah

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WikiLeaks: Iraqi PM said Iran, Syria armed militants

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A leaked U.S. diplomatic cable said Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki accused Iran and Syria of arming insurgents in September 2009

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U.S. ambassador to Libya may be first WikiLeaks casualty

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In what appears to be the first diplomatic casualty from the latest WikiLeaks revelations, the U.S. ambassador to Libya has

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Assange: Israel Runs US, Europe Newspapers

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An Al Jazeera interview of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange late last month exposed a lesser-known side to the man Senate

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WikiLeaks: Israelis bribed to admit U.S. goods to Gaza

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U.S. distributors accused Israel in 2006 of charging exorbitant fees to allow their goods into Gaza and an Israeli general

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WikiLeaks to show Israel behind Dubai murder

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The founder of WikiLeaks has said leaked US diplomatic cables, to be released soon, will prove that the Israeli intelligence

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Wikileaks to relase more files related to Israel

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WikiLeaks will release top secret American files concerning Israel in the next six months, its founder Julian Assange disclosed yesterday.

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WikiLeaks founder granted bail at London court hearing

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was granted bail Tuesday after a hearing at Westminster Magistrate’s Court in London. The 39-year-old Australian

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