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22 Oct 2011

Wiki’s cash flow trickles

WIKILEAKS, the whistleblower website, faces dire economic times. The website, which was started by Julian Assange, says this is largely because Visa, MasterCard and PayPal have refused for more than 10 months to process donations made on its behalf.
WIKILEAKS, the whistleblower website, faces dire economic times. The website, which was started by Julian Assange, says...
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17 Sep 2011

WikiLeaks offers scoop to eBay

THE opening bid for a steely portrait of Julian Assange - ''one of only four photos of Julian in the world'' that he signed on his 40th birthday in July - was set at more than $900.
THE opening bid for a steely portrait of Julian Assange - ''one of only four photos of Julian in the world'' that he...

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14 Jan 2011

The WikiLeaks-Iran connection

On November 4, Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, arrived in Geneva. He held a press conference in which he hinted that he was considering requesting political asylum in Switzerland. Assange spent two days there as the guest of an Iranian non-governmental organization, which also sponsored the press conference.
On November 4, Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, arrived in Geneva. He held a press conference in which he hinted...
6 Dec 2010

Dissecting the Claim Saudi Arabia A Cash Machine for Terrorists

The December 2009 overview of terrorist financing, underpinning "a diplomatic engagement strategy" with other states to cut off funds, does note, "It has been an ongoing challenge to persuade Saudi officials to treat terrorist financing emanating from Saudi Arabia as a strategic priority." However, the very next sentence declares, "Due in part to intense focus by the USG over the last several years, Saudi Arabia has begun to make important progress on this front and has responded to terrorist financing concerns raised by the United States through proactively investigating and detaining financial facilitators of concern."
The December 2009 overview of terrorist financing, underpinning "a diplomatic engagement strategy" with other states to...

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6 Dec 2010

US fears on Taliban cash revealed

Saudi Arabia is a key source of funds for armed groups, including al-Qaeda, the Afghan Taliban and Pakistan's Lashkar-e-Taiba, according to a leaked US state department assessment. In a series of diplomatic cables spanning several years, published by the WikiLeaks whistleblowing website on Sunday, the state department details how such groups continue to seek financing in Saudi Arabia, often posing as pilgrims visiting the Muslim holy sites.
Saudi Arabia is a key source of funds for armed groups, including al-Qaeda, the Afghan Taliban and Pakistan's...

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5 Dec 2010

U.S. frustrated by continued Mideast funding of terrorists

Top U.S. officials have grown frustrated over the resistance of allies in the Middle East to help shut the financial pipeline of terrorists, the New York Times reported on Sunday, citing secret diplomatic dispatches. Internal State Department cables, obtained by WikiLeaks and made available to news organizations, indicate that millions of dollars are flowing to extremist groups, including Al-Qaida and the Taliban, despite U.S. vows to cut off such funding.
Top U.S. officials have grown frustrated over the resistance of allies in the Middle East to help shut the financial...

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