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Updated December 11, 2010 - 11:20 PM EST
Assange Espionage Act Indictment 'Imminent'
  WikiLeaks Supporters' Group Abandons Cyber Attacks
  Congress Announces Hearing Next Week on WikiLeaks
  State Dept Decides: Julian Assange Not a Journalist
  Military Bans Disks, Threatens Courts-Martial to Stop New Leaks
  Assange Accuser Flees to Mideast, May Not Be Cooperating With Police
  Of WikiLeaks, Whistleblowers and Whipping Boys
Bleak Afghan and Pakistan Intelligence Reviews
  NATO Troops Kill 7 Afghan Security Contractors
  Violence Rises Ahead of US Review of Afghan War, 47 Killed
  At Least 17 Killed in Pakistan Hospital Bombing
  US Drone Attack Kills 4 in North Waziristan
  Pakistani MPs Demand Cut Off of NATO Supplies
House OKs Major Increase in Israeli Military Aid
  US Warns Against Recognitions of Independent Palestine
  Hillary Clinton Signals Failure of Direct Talks on Mideast Peace
US to Test Iran's 'Pain Threshold' on Nuclear Plan
  Senate Hawks Push Obama on 'Zero Enrichment' for Iran
Suicide Bomber in Central Stockholm
South Korea: Reunification Drawing Near
Govt Accused of Fuzzy Math in Gitmo Report
The Media's Authoritarianism and WikiLeaks  by Glenn Greenwald
WikiLeaks: Suppressing the Investigation of Torture  by Andy Worthington
Leaks Disclose Complicated US Strategy  by William Pfaff
The Conservative Case for WikiLeaks  by Jack Hunter
Why Are Wars Not Being Reported Honestly?  by John Pilger
Hunger and Anger in Afghanistan  by Kathy Kelly

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Papers Shed Light on Eisenhower's Farewell Address
Eisenhower's 'Military-Industrial Complex' Evolution
November Federal Budget Deficit Highest on Record
WikiRebels – the Documentary (video)
FAA Loses Track of 119,000 Aircraft
WH: Obama Won't Leave DC Until Nuke Deal Is Done
Pakistanis Protest Civilian Deaths in US Drone Attacks
Pakistani Media Publish Fake Wikileaks Cables Attacking India
Pakistan Papers Sorry After Running WikiLeaks Hoax
Nawaz-Musharraf Exile Agreement Expires
India Arrests Kashmir Teacher for Exam on Unrest
Four Separatist Rebels Killed in India Gunbattle
China Affirms North Korea Ties With 'Candid' Official Visit
Liu Nobel Is Awarded to Empty Chair
In Criticizing Nobel Prize, China Seeks to Sway Its Own People
China Tightens Nobel Prize Security Clampdown
Myanmar's Suu Kyi, US Official Discuss Sanctions
Myanmar Linked US and China, Cables Show
Suicide Attack Kills 2 Civilians in Afghanistan
North Korea Invites Bill Richardson to Visit: What Message Is It Sending?
Troops Killed Red Shirts Hiding in Temple, Official Report Admits
Police Capture Wanted Indonesian Terror Suspect
Russia to Poland: Don't Host US Fighter Jets
Russia: Curbing Candidacy in Drift to One-Party Rule
Gorbachev Warns About Russia's Stability
US Official: Nuke Deal With Russia to Boost Ties
Court Rejects al-Masri Suit Against German Government
Croatia Issues Warrant for Arrest of Ex-PM Sanader
Terrorist Activity in Northern Ireland 'Played Down': Police Federation
Sudan Drops 18 Bombs on South Sudan Territory
Somalia Mulls Privately Trained Anti-Piracy Force
Raids on Opposition Stir Fears in Ivory Coast
African Union Lifts Sanctions Against Guinea
President Chavez Seeks Decree Powers in Venezuela
WikiLeaks: Socialist Tortillas Offer a Taste of Venezuelan Revolution
Haitian Candidate Rejects Offer for a Runoff
US Cable: Cuba to Be Insolvent Within 2-3 Years
Disappointing Poll: Americans Largely Support Censoring WikiLeaks
The CIA Honeypot WikiLeaks Mirror That Wasn't
Tying Assange to Manning Won't Be Easy
Many Europeans Find US Attacks on WikiLeaks Puzzling
State Dept. Republished WikiLeaks Document From Feb 2009
A Brief History of Operation Payback
US Looks Into Cyber Attacks on WikiLeaks Foes
Spam Downloads Surge Among WikiLeaks Supporters
More Pro-Wikileaks Hackers Sought in Netherlands After Teen's Arrest
Daniel Ellsberg Says He Suffered Same Attacks as WikiLeaks and Assange
Pakistan WikiLeaks Support Protest
Pro-Wikileaks Protests in Australia
WikiLeaks Servers Safe in Stockholm Nuclear Bunker
State Dept: We're Not Starting From Square One on Mideast Peace Process
Top Israeli Rabbi Slams Anti-Arab Edict
26 Former EU Leaders Urge Sanctions for Israel Settlements
Netnayahu-Mitchell Talks 'Constructive'
10,000 Jews, Arabs in Tel Aviv Stage Human Rights March
Olmert, Ayalon: Israel Doesn't Need to Apologize to Turkey
Official: US Ready to Hit Iran With New Sanctions
Israeli Envoys Warned of Iranian Revenge
Iran Airs New Confession by Woman in Stoning Case
Pope Helped to Free British Sailors Held by Iran, WikiLeaks Cables Show
Shiite Sadrist Group Plans to Get Deputy PM's Posts
UN: Iraq Should Ensure Fair Trials for Detainees
Turkish Contractors to Rebuild Sadr City in Baghdad
Attacks in Iraq Kill 4, Including 2 Policemen
Friday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 11 Wounded
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Pro-Democracy Group Plans First Sit-In
Saudi Arabia: Despite 'Desperate Housewives', Media Still Not Free, According to Wikileaks Cable
Middle East
Yemen Frees Southern Movement Chief
WikiLeaks Cables Cast Hosni Mubarak as Egypt's Ruler for Life

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Stop the Persecution of Julian Assange

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