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WikiLeaks's Assange walks free on bail in London

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, fighting extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crimes, walked free on bail from a British jail on Thursday protesting his innocence and pledging to continue exposing official secrets. Full story


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Assange's accusers are WikiLeaks fans, lawyer says

2010-12-24 13:00:24 GMT STOCKHOLM – The two Swedish women accusing Julian Assange of sex crimes are not pawns of the CIA nor do they hunger for revenge or money — they just seek justice for a violation of their "sexual integrity," their lawyer says.

WikiLeaks' Assange complains he's victim of leaks

2010-12-21 13:50:50 GMT LONDON – It has come to this: Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is complaining that someone leaked a Swedish police report on his alleged sexual offenses.

WikiLeaks's Assange walks free on bail in London

2010-12-17 08:25:15 GMT WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, fighting extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crimes, walked free on bail from a British jail on Thursday protesting his innocence and pledging to continue exposing official secrets.

Judge grants bail to WikiLeaks' Julian Assange

2010-12-16 15:01:24 GMT LONDON – Julian Assange will be freed on bail and sent to stay at a British country mansion, a U.K. judge ruled Thursday, rejecting prosecutors' attempts to keep the WikiLeaks founder in prison as he fights extradition to Sweden.

Berlusconi in Moscow; cable says he's Putin's man

2010-12-03 12:44:04 GMT MOSCOW – Silvio Berlusconi, Italy's leader, made an official visit to Russia on Friday, just as a leaked U.S. diplomatic cable alleged an uncomfortably close relationship between him and Russian premier Vladimir Putin.

Secret cable leaks fuel tensions in Lebanon

2010-12-03 12:32:11 GMT BEIRUT – Lebanon's defense minister offered U.S. officials advice on how Israel could defeat the militant Hezbollah group in a future war and vowed to keep the Lebanese army out of the fighting, according to secret diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks.

Karzai seen as weak by U.S., own cabinet: WikiLeaks

2010-12-03 12:24:08 GMT KABUL/WASHINGTON – Afghan President Hamid Karzai's own inner circle considers him weak and sometimes unscrupulous, leaked U.S. diplomatic cables show, a domestic vote of no confidence that may be more damaging than foreign criticisms.

Gov't argued with US over spy flights: WikiLeaks

2010-12-03 07:21:41 GMT US and British officials clashed over the use of a Cyprus air base for US spying missions in 2008, with London worried about complicity in potential rights abuses, leaked cables showed.

Russia says leaked cables show U.S. cynicism

2010-12-03 12:42:02 GMT KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (Reuters) – Russian President Dmitry Medvedev Friday said leaked diplomatic cables showed the "cynicism" of U.S. diplomacy but suggested they would not serious upset improving ties with Washington.

WikiLeaks' Russian Cables: Bad for Reset, Good for Putin?

2010-12-03 02:26:12 GMT There is little that Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hates more than to hear lectures from the West about democracy. "They want to give lessons," he snapped in early 2008, when European observers were on their way to monitor a Russian election. "They'd be better off teaching their wives to cook soup."

Australian PM: WikiLeaks actions 'illegal'

2010-12-02 06:24:52 GMT SYDNEY – Australia's prime minister slammed WikiLeaks' publication of classified documents as "illegal" on Thursday, in the country's strongest condemnation yet of the website's ongoing release of sensitive data.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange: What does he want?

2010-12-02 03:52:54 GMT Julian Assange has certainly grabbed the world’s attention. The WikiLeaks founder has masterminded publication of vast troves of secret US military and diplomatic material, infuriating and embarrassing governments around the globe. Now he’s vowing to go after private enterprise as well. A big US bank will be the target of his next megaleak, he told Forbes in a just-published interview.

Assange gets bail, still in jail

2010-12-15 07:17:30 GMT WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is back in a UK jail as Sweden appeals bail. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

WikiLeaks investigation underway

2010-11-30 10:38:59 GMT The U.S. has an intensive criminal investigation underway into the release of thousands of classified U.S. documents by WikiLeaks. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.