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1 Dec 2010

WikiLeaks Document Release Sparks Secrecy Debate

The diplomatic cables recently made public by WikiLeaks were not intended for wide dissemination. Advocates say releasing them is in the public interest, opponents say the result will be damaging both for freedom of expression and international diplomacy. Internet whistleblower site WikiLeaks' latest release of information comprises more than a quarter of a million cables from American diplomats at embassies around the world. British Parliament member and former foreign secretary Malcolm Rifkind says the disclosures are a blow to diplomacy
The diplomatic cables recently made public by WikiLeaks were not intended for wide dissemination. Advocates say...

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1 Dec 2010

Wikileaks corroborates cover-up of US airstrikes in Yemen

Amnesty International on Wednesday repeated its call for an inquiry into US involvement in killing dozens of civilians in missile strikes in south Yemen last December following the leaking of corroborating evidence. There must be an immediate investigation into dozens of deaths of local residents in the Abyan air strike, including into the extent of US involvement, said Amnesty s Deputy Director for the Middle East and North Africa Philip Luther
Amnesty International on Wednesday repeated its call for an inquiry into US involvement in killing dozens of civilians...

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