Monday, September 5, 2011

DTN News - WIKILEAKS NEWS: Various Articles From International Media Originated From Wikileaks For September 5, 2011

Defense News: DTN News - WIKILEAKS NEWS: Various Articles From International Media Originated From Wikileaks For September 5, 2011
(NSI News Source Info) TORONTO, Canada - September 5, 2011: The international non-profit organization Wikileaks became world renown as a whistleblower publishing submissions of private, secret and classified media from anonymous news sources, news leaks and whistleblowers.

WikiLeaks states that its "primary interest is in exposing oppressive regimes in Asia, the former Soviet bloc, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East, but we also expect to be of assistance to people of all regions who wish to reveal unethical behaviour in their governments and corporations".

Here are the news on various subjects for DTN News readers and viewers;

Latest Wikileaks Haul Bolsters Reports Zimbabwe's Mugabe Has Cancer Voice of America 05 September 2011 Latest Wikileaks Haul Bolsters Reports Zimbabwe's Mugabe Has Cancer One US cable released by Wikileaks quoted central banker Gideon Gono as saying President Mugabe 'has prostate cancer that has metastasized and, according to doctors, ... See all stories on this topic »
Mayawati sent private jet to get sandals from Mumbai: WikiLeaks Times of India NEW DELHI: Confidential US Embassy cables leaked by WikiLeaks portray UP chief minister as a virtual dictator, who had food tasters to sample her meals and "a security entourage to rival a head of state". An assessment of the chief minister in an ... See all stories on this topic »
How WikiLeaks became what it claims to oppose Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog) The latestWikiLeaks outrage — the publication of 250000 confidential US State Department cables, complete with the names of thousands of US informants living in oppressive regimes — is summarized well in this article by Spiegel International. ... See all stories on this topic »
Lee Kuan Yew, Yaacob Ibrahim clear the air on WikiLeaks cables TODAYonline by Esther Ng SINGAPORE - Both Mr Lee Kuan Yew and Minister Yaacob Ibrahim came out yesterday to clear the air over comments recorded in leaked United States' diplomatic cables as theWikiLeaks saga once again made waves in cyberspace here. ... See all stories on this topic »
BJP attacks Govt on NSA WikiLeak cable Times Now BJP leader Balbir Punj on Saturday (September 3) said WikiLeaks cable only proves the Prime Minster is weak and he's been isolated in his Cabinet. Earlier WikiLeaks cable revealed that Singh and former National Security Advisor (NSA) MK Narayanan ... See all stories on this topic »
Stay neutral on Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Vatican told CBCP, says WikiLeaks A US Embassy cable ( dated July 12, 2005, said that the Church “contact,” Bishop Romulo de la Cruz of Antique, told an embassy political officer that the papal nuncio had advised the bishops to ... See all stories on this topic »
'Wikileaks' revelations – a new headache for Muslim League By TCN News, Kozhikode: The new cables from the US Chennai Consulate leaked by the Wikileakshave become the new headache for the Muslim League which is already drowning in the midst of controversies. Minister and party leader Dr MK Muneer is seen to ... See all stories on this topic »
WikiLeaks' obvious truth People must seek to protect not onlyWikiLeaks, but also the mechanism by which the information enters into our purview. There is the violence you see, and then there is the violence you don't. "Every evening, as he leaves the factory, the wheelbarrow ... See all stories on this topic »
WikiLeaks Reveals Fresh Information About Korea-US Contacts The Chosun Ilbo About 14000 of the unredacted US diplomatic cables published by WikiLeaks last Friday concern the Korean Peninsula. They are expected to cause ripples throughout South Korea's political and business circles. Some of the cables reveal interesting new ... See all stories on this topic »
Wikileaks: ICE / IFPI Infiltrate Pirate Topsites TorrentFreak A diplomatic cable leaked by Wikileaksreveals that entertainment industry groups and law enforcement combined their efforts to infiltrate Warez Scene topsites. One of the strategies they discuss during a 2009 meeting is to have an informant leak music ... See all stories on this topic »
Wikileaks Discloses The Reason(s) Behind China's Shadow Gold ... Wondering why gold at $1850 is cheap, or why gold at double that price will also be cheap, or frankly at any price? Because, as the following leaked cable ...

Wikileaks details how Toyota problems caused diplomatic strains ... By Jonathon Ramsey Toyota's recent troubles weren't merely issues for its customers, dealers, lawyers and bottom line – the repercussions also went all the way up. Autoblog
Zimbabwe's Mugabe has prostate cancer: WikiLeaks By The Huffington Post News EditorsJOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has prostate cancer that has spread to other organs and was urged by his physician to step down in 2008, according to a U.S. diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks. The Full Feed from
Mayawati sent jet to fetch sandals: WikiLeaks - Politics - Politics ... US embassy cables from 2007 to 2009 describe Mayawati as 'a first-rate egomaniac' who 'is obsessed with becoming prime minister'. IBN Top Headlines » Blog Archive » Elkus on Wikileaks and Sovereignty By zen Wikileaks and Julian Assange were not and have never been, lone wolves or information-must-be-free martyrs. They are allied with important institutions and individuals within the Western progressive elite, not least major media heavyweights ...
IBB's role in Obasanjo, Atiku's fight, by WikiLeaks By alexsamade ... a political spat with Obasanjo, Babangida was also at the same time allegedly hobnobbing with Obasanjo with the hope of getting his endorsement for the 2007 presidential contest, according to the United States cable obtained byWikileaks ... Vanguard News

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