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15 Jan 2011

Indian journalist defends WikiLeaks at British parliament

Whistle-blower website WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange "do not deserve to be treated like common criminals" for upholding "such precious freedom" that does not exist in many countries, a leading Indian journalist said. The US athorities want to charge Assange for revealing state secrets after his website published thousands of documents, including files related to US-led war in Afghanistan and Iraq war and diplomatic cables sent to and from American embassies across glob.
Whistle-blower website WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange "do not deserve to be treated like common criminals" for...

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15 Jan 2011

Nepal feared US ‘tactics’ could turn it into Burma

US tactics pressing Nepal s last king to take right steps on multi-party democracy could turn the country into another Burma, Nepal s foreign minister felt at the height of civil war. A US diplomatic cable dated December 15, 2005 following a meeting between former foreign minister Ramesh Nath Pandey and US Ambassador to Nepal James Moriarty states this.
US tactics pressing Nepal s last king to take right steps on multi-party democracy could turn the country into another...
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