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Tag Results for "Wikileaks"

Ecuador Says “F*** You” to UK and Grants Julian Assange Asylum

In the face of global criticism and possible revocation of its diplomatic status in Britain, Ecuador has decided to grant WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange political asylum. continue reading »

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Seeks Asylum in Ecuador

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has to be very careful about where he chooses to request asylum, and it would seem that after a long deliberation he has chosen Ecuador. continue reading »

WikiLeaks: High Clergy of Venezuela Defied Pope and Plotted Against Chávez

WikiLeaks says John Paul II Would have warned the higher ranking bishops in Venezuela not to interfere with Chávez. The prelates disobeyed. continue reading »

Spanish Police Make Arrests in Sony Hacking Case

Back in April, hackers managed to take down the Sony PlayStation Network, and were so successful that the gaming network is still down. However, three alleged hackers hav continue reading »

Obama Meets with Panamanian President After Release of Revealing Wikileaks Documents

President Obama will be meeting with Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli Thursday to discuss security and trade. This meeting comes after Wikileaks released State Department cables in which Martinelli was not spoken of favorably. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS: US Ambassador in Ecuador Dismissed and Declared Persona Non-Grata for WikiLeak Cables

Leaked comments of US Ambassador Heather Hodges regarding alleged police corruption in the South American Nation provoked the anger of the Ecuadorian government, which demanded the envoy to leave the country immediately. continue reading »

WIKILEAKS: ‘Raw Sewage Everywhere’ In Costa Rica

The American Embassy in San José de Costa Rica, wrote a series of now public diplomatic wires about reasons why the Central American nation does not live to its tourism paradise image. continue reading »

WikiLeaks Fallout:  U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Forced to Resign

The U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Carlos Pascual, stepped down late last night amid open criticism and pressure from Mexican President Felipe Calderon. Calderon has not been timid in his displeasure of Pascual’s comments, that came to light through WikiLeaks, about his administration. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG:  Per WikiLeaks President Felipe Calderon Medical Records in Narcos Hands

The website Wikileaks released a diplomatic cable from the U.S., where it is revealed that the medical records of President Felipe Calderon was given to a group of drug traffickers. continue reading »

WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Typically nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize as well as the selection process is very hush hush, but a Norwegian lawmaker wants everyone to know that he has submitted a nomination for WikiLeaks to receive the prestigious award. continue reading »

WIKILEAKS: Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom Said Rigoberta Menchu is “A Fabrication”

The President of Guatemala, Álvaro Colom, was the latest world leader to blush and issue damage control half-apologies following an embarrassing WikiLeaks revelation. continue reading »

Cuba Launches Wikileak Site to Highlight how “Imperialist” U.S. Is

Cuba has just launched a new website, Cubadebate.cu, in which it will publish 2,000 U.S. diplomatic cables about Cuba, that have been leaked by Wikileaks. continue reading »

Is the Next ‘WikiLeaks’ Website Going to Come out of Latin America? (VIDEO)

Vice president of Bolivia, Alvaro García Linera has made available through his website every cable leaked by Wiki Leaks that pertains to the Andean nation. continue reading »

Latin America Protests over Imprisonment of WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange

Latin Americans of all over show their support to the WikiLeaks cause, and rally peacefully to demand transparency, justice, and the liberation of Julian Assange. continue reading »

WIKILEAKS: American Government Concerned about ties Between Cuba and Venezuela

Cuban intelligence agents are deeply involved in Venezuelan affairs, according to a 2006 US diplomatic cable, one of the many leaked by WikiLeaks and published by the Spanish newspaper, El Pais. continue reading »

Spain’s “El País” Only Spanish Language Newspaper Getting WikiLeaks

Last Sunday, WikiLeaks provided five international news organizations with over 250,000 classified documents in what became the greatest leak of secret data in history. continue reading »

Ecuador Offers Political Asylum to WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange

President of Ecuador Rafael Correa extended an invitation to journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to discuss documents leaked on his website as they relate to Ecuador and other Latin American countries, according to a statement from the country's foreign ministry. continue reading »

WikiLeaks Run Rampant While UN Deems Freedom of Information as Critical to Cultural Diversity

Freedom of information, and universal access to it, is crucial to promoting cultural and linguistic diversity, and the United Nations is at the forefront of the battle to protect these rights, a senior information official has said. continue reading »

WikiLeaks and Latin America - What was U.S. Saying About the Region’s Leadership

The WikiLeaks website, much to the embarrassment of the U.S., has revealed over 250,000 secret diplomatic cables many discussing different Latin American country’s and their leaders. The website publishes documents leaked from government worldwide with the stated purpose to eliminate corruption. continue reading »