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2. 2015-04-16 Wikileaks publishes hacked Sony emails and documents WikiLeaks
D. 2014-11-20 Assange sex case: Swedish court upholds warrant Sweden
E. 2014-07-16 Warrant for Wikileaks founder upheld Stockholm, Sweden
5. 2013-08-22 Bradley Manning: 'I am a woman' USA
2013-08-21 Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in Wikileaks case Fort Meade, Maryland, Baltimore
7. 2013-08-14 Bradley Manning 'sorry for hurting US' Fort Meade, Maryland, Baltimore
I. 2013-07-31 Manning sentencing hearing to begin Maryland, Baltimore
J. 2013-07-30 Wikileaks source Manning convicted Baltimore

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WikiLeakers founder seeks asylum in Ecuador
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US 'vital facilities' list leaked
Wikileaks: Saudis 'militants' chief funders'
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Wikileaks source Manning convicted
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Wikileaks suspect lawyer claims bias
WikiLeaks releases 400,000 Iraq papers
Wikileaks' Assange denies 'blood on hands'
Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
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Julian Assange demands U.S. back off leakers
Assange asylum ruling criticised
UK in 'threat' to arrest Assange
WikiLeakers founder seeks asylum in Ecuador
Assange loses fight against extradition
Assange tells of 'smear campaign'
Assange responds to readers online
Leaks criticise UK in Afghanistan
WikiLeaks: Sensitive info protected
Assange fight heads to UK high court
Assange loses fight against extradition
Assange 'fears extradition to US'
Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail
Wikileaks chief's release delayed
Assange jailed as extradition considered
Assange fight heads to UK high court
Assange loses fight against extradition
Assange 'fears extradition to US'
Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail
Wikileaks chief's release delayed
Assange jailed as extradition considered
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Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in Wi...
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Manning sentencing hearing to begin
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Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in Wi...
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Manning 'harvested secret documents'
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Manning pleads guilty to some charges
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  US 'spied on French presidents' - Wikileaks  The National Security Agency (NSA) spied on Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande in 2006-12, WikiLeaks says Wikileaks publishes hacked Sony emails and documents  Wikileaks has published hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment last year Assange sex case: Swedish court upholds warrant  An appeals court has upheld an arrest warrant against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, wanted for questioning in a sexual assault case Warrant for Wikileaks founder upheld  A Swedish court has ruled that an arrest warrant against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on charges of sexual assault will stay in place Bradley Manning: 'I am a woman'  The US soldier who leaked secret US government documents to the Wikileaks website, has announced he wants to live as a woman   Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in Wikileaks case Map of Fort Meade Maryland USA


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  The US soldier convicted of handing a trove of secret government documents to anti-secrecy website has been sentenced to 35 years in prison
 Pte First Class Manning, 25, was convicted in July of 20 charges against him, including espionage
2013 Aug.14   Bradley Manning 'sorry for hurting US'  Pte First Class Bradley Manning has apologised for hurting the US by leaking a trove of classified US government documents to Wikileaks 2013 Jul.31   Manning sentencing hearing to begin  A sentencing hearing for US Army Private Bradley Manning is due to begin at a military court in Maryland 2013 Jul.30     Wikileaks source Manning convicted
  Bradley Manning, the Army private who leaked thousands of classified documents, has been convicted of espionage but not of aiding the enemy
 Manning, 25, has been convicted of 20 charges in total, including theft and computer fraud
2013 Jul.29   Military judge set to rule in Bradley Manning case  A judge is set to issue a verdict in the court martial of the US soldier who disclosed reams of secret documents to the Wikileaks website 2013 Jul.18     Wikileaks accused loses challenge   A military judge has refused to dismiss the most serious charge facing a US soldier accused of leaking thousands of secret documents 2013 Jun.3     Manning 'harvested secret documents'   Military prosecutors have said US soldier Bradley Manning 'systematically harvested' a vast trove of secret documents to share with Wikileaks 2013 Feb.28   Manning pleads guilty to some charges  Bradley Manning,, the US soldier accused of leaking large amounts of secret data to Wikileaks has pleaded guilty to a series of lesser charges

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2012 Nov.29   Wikileaks accused tells of breakdown  Bradley Manning, the US Army private charged over the biggest security breach in US history has testified on the third day of a hearing 2012 Sep.27   Assange speaks via satellite from London  The founder of WikiLeaks delivered an impassioned appeal for the U.S. government to end its actions against him, his website and those who support it 2012 Aug.31   Assange sees end to standoff within year  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, holed up inside the Ecuadorian Embassy, predicts that his situation will be resolved within a year 2012 Aug.21   Ecuador: UK would be 'suicidal' to move on Assange  The Ecuadorian president said the UK would be 'suicidal' to come into Ecuador's embassy in London, where WikiLeaks founder has been holed up 2012 Aug.19   Julian Assange demands U.S. back off leakers   Julian Assange demanded that the U.S. drop its 'witch hunt' against WikiLeaks as he made his first public appearance after months confined 2012 Aug.18   Assange 'to emerge from embassy'  Julian Assange is expected to make a public statement later on the diplomatic row that has engulfed him since being granted asylum by Ecuador 2012 Aug.16   Assange asylum ruling criticised  The UK and Sweden have criticised Ecuador for granting political asylum to Julian Assange as the diplomatic row over what to do with him intensifies   Ecuador grants asylum to WikiLeaks' Assange
  Ecuador granted Julian Assange asylum over fears of political persecution. Britain vowed to extradite the WikiLeaks founder to Sweden 2012 Aug.15   UK in 'threat' to arrest Assange  Ecuador has accused the UK of making a 'threat' to enter its embassy in London to arrest Wikileaks' Julian Assange 2012 Jul.28   Assange's mom seeks Ecuador help  The mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will meet with Ecuadorian authorities Monday to urge them to grant her son asylum 2012 Jul.5   WikiLeaks releases 2.4 million Syria e-mails  The e-mails come from the ministries of presidential affairs, finance, information and foreign affairs, among others 2012 Jun.28   UK police serve notice on Assange in embassy  Police demanding that he appear at a police station in connection with his extradition, after he sought asylum last week at the Ecuadorian Embassy 2012 Jun.21   Police: We'll arrest Assange if he emerges  WikiLeaks founder will be arrested if he comes out of the Ecuadorian Embassy where he is seeking asylum, a police representative at the scene said 2012 Jun.19   WikiLeakers founder seeks asylum in Ecuador  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and has requested political asylum 2012 Jun.14   Assange loses UK extradition plea  The Supreme Court has dismissed a bid by WikiLeaks founder to reopen his appeal against extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crimes 2012 Apr.25   No dismissal of charges in Manning case  A military judge denied a request to dismiss all the charges against the intelligence analyst accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of documents 2012 Feb.27   Wikileaks reveals Stratfor emails  Whistleblowing website has begun publishing the first of more than five million confidential emails from US-based security think tank Stratfor 2012 Jan.31   Assange fight heads to UK high court  WikiLeaks founder's extradition fight goes to Britain's Supreme Court on for two days of hearings on whether he should be sent back to Sweden 2012 Jan.12   Wikileaks accused 'must be tried'  Bradley Manning, The Army analyst suspected of passing classified information to Wikileaks should face a court martial, a tribunal has recommended

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2011 Dec.16   Wikileaks suspect lawyer claims bias  Defence representing the Army analyst Bradley Manning accused of leaking government secrets have asked the investigating officer to step aside 2011 Nov.2   Assange loses fight against extradition
  WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange lost a court battle to stay in the UK and will be extradited to Sweden to face questioning over sex charges 2011 Oct.24   Wikileaks halts file publishing  The whistle-blowing website is suspending its publication of classified files. It would focus instead on raising funds to ensure its future survival 2011 Sep.2   Anger at Wikileaks mass release  Wikileaks completes the release of more than a quarter of a million US diplomatic cables with no names removed, sparking anger 2011 Apr.29   Bradley Manning 'out of isolation'  The US soldier at the centre of the Wikileaks scandal has been cleared to live alongside other inmates at Fort Leavenworth military prison 2011 Apr.24   Guantanamo 'locked up innocents'  Files released by Wikileaks have revealed that the US believed many of those held at Gitmo were innocent or only low-level operatives 2011 Apr.19   US Wikileaks suspect to be moved  Bradley Manning accused of leaking secret government documents published by the Wikileaks is to be moved to a military prison in Kansas 2011 Mar.13   Wikileaks row: US official quits  State department spokesman PJ Crowley has resigned after calling the treatment of the man accused of leaking secret cables 'stupid' 2011 Mar.2   New 'Wikileaks' soldier charges  The US Army has charged Bradley Manning held in connection with the leak of US government documents website with 22 extra counts 2011 Jan.7   US 'wants Wikileaks Twitter data'  An Icelandic MP who once worked with Wikileaks says US have subpoenaed her personal details from the social networking website 2011 Jan.5   Ambassador to Libya may be replaced  The U.S. might replace Gene Cretz after WikiLeaks published his colorful cables to Washington about the eccentricities of Moammar Gadhafi 2011 Jan.4   US urges action on insider leaks  The White House is telling US agencies to create 'insider threat' programs to ferret out disgruntled workers who may leak state secrets

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2010 Dec.29   WikiLeaks: Panama asked U.S. for wiretap  In July 2009, the U.S. ambassador received a message from President Ricardo Martinelli, and said simply, 'I need help with tapping phones' 2010 Dec.25   Wikileaks exposes US drug wiretap  Fresh US diplomatic cables suggest governments have pressed the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to extend wiretapping services 2010 Dec.24   Cuba begins to publish U.S. documents  A government-run website has begun translating into Spanish and posting online leaked U.S. government cables that discuss the island nation 2010 Dec.23   Daily has obtained WikiLeaks documents  Aftenposten, one of the country's biggest dailies, has been given access to the 250,000 or so classified diplomatic cables held by WikiLeaks 2010 Dec.18   Bank of America cuts off Wikileaks  Bank of America has stopped handling payments for whistle-blowing website, joining several other major financial institutions 2010 Dec.17   Assange 'fears extradition to US'  Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says he is worried about an attempt to extradite him to the United States 2010 Dec.16   Assange tells of 'smear campaign'  Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has said attempts to extradite him to Sweden over sexual assault allegations are part of a 'smear' campaign   Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail
  The founder of whistle-blowing website, Julian Assange, has vowed 'to continue my work and to protest my innocence' after being freed on bail
2010 Dec.14   Wikileaks chief's release delayed   The founder of whistle-blowing website, Julian Assange, has been granted bail on conditions including cash guarantees of 240,000 2010 Dec.13   42% of Britons feel WikiLeaks right  Almost half of Britons believe that the sex charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange are 'an excuse' to keep him in custody 2010 Dec.12   WikiLeaks rival plans Monday launch  Arguing that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has 'weakened the organization,' Openleaks.org says it will launch Monday 2010 Dec.11   Spanish anger at Wikileaks arrest  Protests have taken place across Spain calling for the release of Julian Assange, who is facing extradition from the UK to Sweden 2010 Dec.10   Deep rift in Vatican-Ireland relationship  WikiLeaks: The Holy See appeared to ignore a commission looking into complaints of physical and sexual abuse of children by Irish priests 2010 Dec.9   Concern at Burma 'nuclear sites'  Wikileaks: Burma may be building missile and nuclear sites in remote locations with support from North Korea 2010 Dec.8   WikiLeaks: US 'wary of China role in Africa  A cable from February quotes a senior US official in the Nigerian capital, Lagos, describing China as 'aggressive and pernicious'   FM blames U.S. for WikiLeaks cables  Though its founder is cooling his heels in a London jail the website continued to trickle out documents from its vast cache of U.S. diplomatic cables 2010 Dec.7   Wikileaks: UK feared Megrahi prison death  The UK feared harsh action by Libya against British interests if the Lockerbie bomber died in jail   Assange jailed as extradition considered
  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange handed himself over to police, promptly appeared in court where he was denied bail and left for jail
 Assange denies sexually assaulting two women in Sweden. He was remanded in custody pending a hearing next week
  Assange: WikiLeaks 'fearlessly publishing'  WikiLeaks founder defends the publication of secret U.S. documents in an editorial published online by the Australian newspaper 2010 Dec.6   Wikileaks reveals US-Nato Baltic plan  The US and Nato have drawn up plans to defend the Baltic nations against Russia, latest US diplomatic cables disclosed by Wikileaks show   WikiLeaks: Syria supplying SCUD missiles  A series of U.S. diplomatic cables from directly accused Syria of supplying advanced weaponry, including ballistic missiles, to the Shiite militia Hezbollah   Swiss bank freezes Wikileaks cash   The Swiss post office's bank, PostFinance, has frozen the accounts of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange   Assange to meet police  Attorney: WikiLeaks founder is 'in the process of making arrangements' to meet with British police regarding a Swedish arrest warrant 2010 Dec.5   US 'vital facilities' list leaked  A long list of key facilities around the world that the US describes as vital to its national security has been released by Wikileaks   Wikileaks: Saudis 'militants' chief funders'  Hillary Clinton warned in a leaked classified memo that donors in Saudi Arabia were the 'most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups   Wikileaks' Assange to fight case  Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will fight attempts to take him to Sweden to face rape allegations, his lawyer said 2010 Dec.4   China 'orchestrated Google hack'  Wikileaks: Senior Chinese figures were behind the hacking of Google earlier this year which forced the search engine to quit the country   WikiLeaks loses PayPal revenue service  Payment service provider PayPal cut WikiLeaks' online donation account, a major revenue source 2010 Dec.3   Assange responds to readers online  Solicited reader questions Friday for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and later posted Assange's replies 2010 Dec.2   WikiLeaks: UK offered exceptions for U.S.  The British government offered the U.S. a deal to temporarily store cluster munitions at a military base on its soil, despite a treaty   PM's partying left him 'a complete mess'  WikiLeaks: The lifestyle of Berlusconi had left him 'a complete mess' by the fall of 2009, according to a Berlusconi confidant   Leaks criticise UK in Afghanistan  The latest US diplomatic documents released by Wikileaks contain harsh criticism of the UK military effort in Afghanistan from 2007 to 2009 2010 Dec.1   Russia 'mafia state' - Wikileaks  A senior Spanish prosecutor told the US Embassy in Madrid that Russia, Belarus and Chechnya had become virtual 'mafia states' 2010 Nov.30   Interpol issues 'Red Notice' for Assange  Interpol has issued a "Red Notice" for the founder of the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks, Julian Assange   Clinton arrives amid WikiLeaks commotion  Hillary Clinton begins a four-day trip as the publication of classified State Department cables makes headlines around the world 2010 Nov.29   China 'would allow unified Korea'  Senior Chinese officials reportedly told a South Korean minister the peninsula should be reunified under Seoul's control, according to Wikileaks 2010 Nov.28   WikiLeaks: U.S. role in Yemen covered up  In a meeting with Gen. Petraeus in Sana, President Saleh agreed to continue covering up the latest plan to use U.S. fixed-wing bombers   U.S. fears Iran has long-range missile  The United States believes that North Korea is supplying Iran with long-range missiles   Wikileaks reveals US global fears
  Whistle-blowing website has begun releasing extracts from secret cables sent by US embassies, giving an insight into current global concerns
 1. Saudi Arabia's King was urging the US to attack Iran and end its nuclear weapons program. 2. Concerns over the security of Pakistani nuclear material that could be used to make an atomic weapon. 3. The widespread use of computer hacking by China's government
  WikiLeaks says it's under cyberattack  The whistleblower website is under cyber attack, but even if it goes down, a new cache of leaked U.S. diplomatic cables will still be published 2010 Nov.26   US warns allies on possible leaks  The US has briefed a number of foreign governments about the possible release of diplomatic files by whistleblower site Wikileaks 2010 Nov.22   Wikileaks promises new document release  The whistleblower organization indicated that it is preparing to release a new batch of previously classified U.S. military documents 2010 Oct.23   Leaked war papers spur calls for probes  Human Rights Watch urged the Iraqi and U.S. governments to launch investigations into reports of torture and detainee abuse   Wikileaks' timing angers Iraqi PM   Nouri Maliki has criticised the timing of the release by Wikileaks of almost 400,000 secret US military documents about the conflict there   WikiLeaks: Sensitive info protected  Classified military documents increase the civilian death toll of the Iraq war by 15,000, anti-war activists said at a news conference   Iranians crossed border to arrest hikers  A classified U.S. military document appears to lend credence to claims that Iran crossed the Iraqi border to arrest three American hikers 2010 Oct.22   WikiLeaks releases 400,000 Iraq papers   Secret documents are expected to give a never-before-seen, uncensored view of the Iraq War, covering the period from 2004 through 2009
 Records suggest US commanders ignored evidence of torture by the Iraqi authorities
2010 Oct.17   Pentagon braces for new Wikileaks  The US military has assembled a 120-member team to prepare for the expected publication of some 400,000 Iraq war documents 2010 Aug.21   Warrant dropped for WikiLeaks founder  Swedish authorities revoked an arrest warrant that had alleged rape against the founder and editor of the whistle-blowing website, Julian Assange 2010 Jul.30   Wikileaks' Assange denies 'blood on hands'  The founder of the website has rejected US claims he has blood on his hands after releasing 90,000 leaked classified documents on the Afghan war 2010 Jul.27   Pentagon: Leaked reports not top-secretInvestigation  U.S. officials from the president down tried to downplay the leak of tens of thousands of documents about the war in Afghanistan 2010 Jul.25   Thousands of Afghan war docs go online  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January 2010

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2009 Nov.25   Wikileaks publishes '9/11 messages'  A website has published what it says are 573,000 intercepted pager messages sent during the attacks in the United States