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Assange’s open letter was not ‘explicit’ application for French asylum - WikiLeaks
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s open letter to the French president was not an asylum application to France, the whistleblower platform says. Paris had rejected a possible request before the clarification from WikiLeaks was released.

03.07.2015 15:08

Assange asylum rejection proves EU governments lap dogs of the US
The French government is under the command of Washington, Alain Corvez, former adviser to French Interior Ministry, told RT following news that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had been rapidly denied asylum by the Elysee Palace.

03.07.2015 16:46

‘UK spied on Merkel’s Greek bailout plans and told NSA’ – WikiLeaks
British intelligence agencies spied on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other leaders as they discussed Greek bailout plans for European banks in 2011, WikiLeaks revelations suggest.

02.07.2015 10:21

Merkel & Co: NSA also spied on top German ministers – Wikileaks
Chancellor Angela Merkel was not the only NSA target in the German government, as WikiLeaks has released a new tranche of documents containing a list of the phone numbers of German ministers and officials whose privacy was breached by the US spy agency.

01.07.2015 21:07

NSA intercepted French corporate contracts worth $200 million over decade – WikiLeaks
Washington has been leading a policy of economic espionage against France for more than a decade by intercepting communications of the Finance minister and all corporate contracts valued at more than $200 million, according to a new WikiLeaks report.

29.06.2015 19:41

Snowden, Assange could get ‘symbolic’ asylum offers – French justice minister
The French justice minister said she would not be surprised if, in light of the latest revelations about the NSA spying on country’s leaders, France offers political asylums to Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, as a “symbolic gesture.”

26.06.2015 04:05

‘Somebody secure of their power status doesn’t spy on other nations’
The US seems to lack confidence in its global position so it feels the need to spy on its allies, Johanna Ross, researcher in Central and Eastern European Studies at the University of Glasgow, told RT’s In the Now.

25.06.2015 10:59

Sticks and stones - How WikiLeaks could help precipitate the fall of the Saudi empire
Whistleblower group WikiLeaks has released a flurry of official documents lifting the lid on Saudi Arabia’s covert diplomatic apparatus. Not just another scandal, these revelations could bring Saudi Arabia to its knees.

24.06.2015 12:27

‘US doesn’t have luxury of spying on allies while unable to provide security at home’
The US does not have the luxury to spy on its allies, as its intelligence services cannot cope with domestic security, letting terrorists commit atrocities on US soil, NSA whistleblower Kirk Wiebe told RT.

24.06.2015 04:13

NSA spying scandals show toxic ‘secrecy paradigm’ is dead
Every new revelation about the NSA spying against its adversaries and supposed allies becomes another nail in the coffin of the “secrecy paradigm,” former CIA officer Robert David Steele, who believes intelligence could soon cease to exist, told RT.

24.06.2015 04:01

​WikiLeaks 'Saudi Cables': Gulf States were willing to pay $10bn for Mubarak's release
The Gulf States were willing to pay $10 billion for the release of deposed Egyptian President Mubarak, according to the so-called 'Saudi Cables' released by WikiLeaks. The whistleblowing site has published 60,000 top-secret documents from these cables.

23.06.2015 12:14

‘Saudi Cables release is just one tenth of what we have’ – WikiLeaks to RT
Journalists have established the authenticity of the first tranche of the top secret Saudi documents published by WikiLeaks, as Saudi Arabia has warned not to distribute them, spokesperson for the WikiLeaks told RT adding that ‘it’s just the beginning.’

22.06.2015 20:48