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'Wikileaks Website' - 19 News Result(s)

  • Donald Trump A "Racist, Conman, Cheat," Says Former Lawyer To US Congress

    Donald Trump A "Racist, Conman, Cheat," Says Former Lawyer To US Congress

    President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen told the U.S. Congress on Wednesday that Trump is a "racist," a "conman" and a "cheat" who knew in advance about a release of emails by the WikiLeaks website aimed at hurting his 2016 Democratic presidential rival.

  • Chelsea Manning Ends Hunger Strike After Army Allows Gender Surgery

    Chelsea Manning Ends Hunger Strike After Army Allows Gender Surgery

    A transgender soldier imprisoned in Kansas for leaking classified information to the WikiLeaks website will end a hunger strike after the Army agreed to allow her to receive medical treatment for her gender dysphoria, the American Civil Liberties Union announced Tuesday.

  • Turkey Blocks Access To WikiLeaks After Ruling Party Email Dump

    Turkey Blocks Access To WikiLeaks After Ruling Party Email Dump

    Turkey's Internet watchdog has blocked access to the WikiLeaks website in Turkey, it said, after the whistleblower organisation released nearly 3,00,000 emails from the ruling AK Party.

  • WikiLeaks: Bradley Manning tells court he's 'sorry' for US secrets breach

    WikiLeaks: Bradley Manning tells court he's 'sorry' for US secrets breach

    US soldier Bradley Manning on Wednesday told a military court "I'm sorry" for giving war logs and diplomatic secrets to the WikiLeaks website three years ago, the biggest breach of classified data in the nation's history.

  • WikiLeaks case: Bradley Manning changed data access protocol, US argues at sentencing

    WikiLeaks case: Bradley Manning changed data access protocol, US argues at sentencing

    As a military judge considered sentencing for convicted US soldier Bradley Manning, prosecutors argued that his leaks of classified information to the WikiLeaks website changed the way the military allowed intelligence analysts to access data.

  • WikiLeaks cancels Iceland jets for Edward Snowden

    An Icelandic businessman linked to the WikiLeaks website said on Tuesday three private jets chartered to bring US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden to Iceland from Hong Kong had been cancelled on Tuesday morning.

  • WikiLeaks trial: Bradley Manning boasted of hacking passwords, says witness

    WikiLeaks trial: Bradley Manning boasted of hacking passwords, says witness

    The US soldier accused of passing classified files to the WikiLeaks website boasted of his ability to crack passwords, one of his Army supervisors said at a court-martial on Wednesday.

  • US soldier pleads guilty to misusing classified data in WikiLeaks case

    US soldier pleads guilty to misusing classified data in WikiLeaks case

    The US Army private accused of providing secret documents to the WikiLeaks website pleaded guilty on Thursday to misusing classified material he felt "should become public," but denied the top charge of aiding the enemy.

  • US soldier in WikiLeaks case says he was held in a 'cage'

    US soldier in WikiLeaks case says he was held in a 'cage'

    A US Army private facing court-martial on suspicion of leaking secret documents to the WikiLeaks website testified on Thursday he was confined to a "cage" in the early days after his arrest in 2010, and thought he would die there.

  • WikiLeaks releases new US military documents

    WikiLeaks releases new US military documents

    Julian Assange's WikiLeaks website on Thursday started publishing more than 100 US Department of Defense documents including the first prisoner treatment manual for Guantanamo Bay.

  • WikiLeaks site comes under attack

    WikiLeaks site comes under attack

    The WikiLeaks website crashed on Tuesday in an apparent cyberattack

  • WikiLeaks site comes under attack

    WikiLeaks site comes under attack

    The WikiLeaks website crashed on Tuesday in an apparent cyberattack

  • WikiLeaks site comes under cyberattack

    WikiLeaks site comes under cyberattack

    The WikiLeaks website crashed in an apparent cyberattack after the accelerated publication of tens of thousands of once-secret State Department cables by the anti-secrecy organisation raised new concerns about the exposure of confidential US embassy sources.

  • WikiLeaks website shut down worldwide

    WikiLeaks website shut down worldwide

    WikiLeaks' domain name system provider says it has withdrawn service to the wikileaks.org name.EveryDNS says it dropped the website late on Thursday after it became the "target of multiple distributed denial of service attacks."The American provider says in a statement that the attacks have threatened the stability of its infrastructure. A Wik...

  • WikiLeaks: Over 3000 cables from US Embassy in New Delhi

    WikiLeaks: Over 3000 cables from US Embassy in New Delhi

    Among a quarter million secret US documents released by the whistle-blower website WikiLeaks, a total of 3,038 classified cables are from the American embassy in New Delhi.The details of the cables related to India were not immediately available, mainly because of inaccessibility to the WikiLeaks website, which was experiencing heavy traffic.But ou...

'Wikileaks Website' - 19 News Result(s)

  • Donald Trump A "Racist, Conman, Cheat," Says Former Lawyer To US Congress

    Donald Trump A "Racist, Conman, Cheat," Says Former Lawyer To US Congress

    President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen told the U.S. Congress on Wednesday that Trump is a "racist," a "conman" and a "cheat" who knew in advance about a release of emails by the WikiLeaks website aimed at hurting his 2016 Democratic presidential rival.

  • Chelsea Manning Ends Hunger Strike After Army Allows Gender Surgery

    Chelsea Manning Ends Hunger Strike After Army Allows Gender Surgery

    A transgender soldier imprisoned in Kansas for leaking classified information to the WikiLeaks website will end a hunger strike after the Army agreed to allow her to receive medical treatment for her gender dysphoria, the American Civil Liberties Union announced Tuesday.

  • Turkey Blocks Access To WikiLeaks After Ruling Party Email Dump

    Turkey Blocks Access To WikiLeaks After Ruling Party Email Dump

    Turkey's Internet watchdog has blocked access to the WikiLeaks website in Turkey, it said, after the whistleblower organisation released nearly 3,00,000 emails from the ruling AK Party.

  • WikiLeaks: Bradley Manning tells court he's 'sorry' for US secrets breach

    WikiLeaks: Bradley Manning tells court he's 'sorry' for US secrets breach

    US soldier Bradley Manning on Wednesday told a military court "I'm sorry" for giving war logs and diplomatic secrets to the WikiLeaks website three years ago, the biggest breach of classified data in the nation's history.

  • WikiLeaks case: Bradley Manning changed data access protocol, US argues at sentencing

    WikiLeaks case: Bradley Manning changed data access protocol, US argues at sentencing

    As a military judge considered sentencing for convicted US soldier Bradley Manning, prosecutors argued that his leaks of classified information to the WikiLeaks website changed the way the military allowed intelligence analysts to access data.

  • WikiLeaks cancels Iceland jets for Edward Snowden

    An Icelandic businessman linked to the WikiLeaks website said on Tuesday three private jets chartered to bring US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden to Iceland from Hong Kong had been cancelled on Tuesday morning.

  • WikiLeaks trial: Bradley Manning boasted of hacking passwords, says witness

    WikiLeaks trial: Bradley Manning boasted of hacking passwords, says witness

    The US soldier accused of passing classified files to the WikiLeaks website boasted of his ability to crack passwords, one of his Army supervisors said at a court-martial on Wednesday.

  • US soldier pleads guilty to misusing classified data in WikiLeaks case

    US soldier pleads guilty to misusing classified data in WikiLeaks case

    The US Army private accused of providing secret documents to the WikiLeaks website pleaded guilty on Thursday to misusing classified material he felt "should become public," but denied the top charge of aiding the enemy.

  • US soldier in WikiLeaks case says he was held in a 'cage'

    US soldier in WikiLeaks case says he was held in a 'cage'

    A US Army private facing court-martial on suspicion of leaking secret documents to the WikiLeaks website testified on Thursday he was confined to a "cage" in the early days after his arrest in 2010, and thought he would die there.

  • WikiLeaks releases new US military documents

    WikiLeaks releases new US military documents

    Julian Assange's WikiLeaks website on Thursday started publishing more than 100 US Department of Defense documents including the first prisoner treatment manual for Guantanamo Bay.

  • WikiLeaks site comes under attack

    WikiLeaks site comes under attack

    The WikiLeaks website crashed on Tuesday in an apparent cyberattack

  • WikiLeaks site comes under attack

    WikiLeaks site comes under attack

    The WikiLeaks website crashed on Tuesday in an apparent cyberattack

  • WikiLeaks site comes under cyberattack

    WikiLeaks site comes under cyberattack

    The WikiLeaks website crashed in an apparent cyberattack after the accelerated publication of tens of thousands of once-secret State Department cables by the anti-secrecy organisation raised new concerns about the exposure of confidential US embassy sources.

  • WikiLeaks website shut down worldwide

    WikiLeaks website shut down worldwide

    WikiLeaks' domain name system provider says it has withdrawn service to the wikileaks.org name.EveryDNS says it dropped the website late on Thursday after it became the "target of multiple distributed denial of service attacks."The American provider says in a statement that the attacks have threatened the stability of its infrastructure. A Wik...

  • WikiLeaks: Over 3000 cables from US Embassy in New Delhi

    WikiLeaks: Over 3000 cables from US Embassy in New Delhi

    Among a quarter million secret US documents released by the whistle-blower website WikiLeaks, a total of 3,038 classified cables are from the American embassy in New Delhi.The details of the cables related to India were not immediately available, mainly because of inaccessibility to the WikiLeaks website, which was experiencing heavy traffic.But ou...

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