Divide et Impera

ICH | 12 Jan 2016 The Imperialist Violence in Syria, Part 3 of 7 – Part 1 By Kim Petersen and B. J. Sabri From The WikiLeaks Files: A December 13, 2006 cable, “Influencing the SARG [Syrian government] in the End of 2006,” indicates that, as far back as 2006 – five years before “Arab…

Turkish Aircrafts Violated Greek Airspace Over 2,000 Times in 2014

Greek Reporter | 25 Nov 2015 Following the controversial takedown of a Russian Air Force aircraft by Turkish F-16 authorities, Wikileaks has released figures on Turkish violations of Greek airspace. A Wikileaks tweet, citing data compiled by the University of Thessaly, based on Greek military records, alleges that Turkey violated Greek airspace 2,444 times in 2014 alone, while there…

Brennan behind witch hunt of journalists: WikiLeaks new release

Press TV | 26 Oct 2015 Transparency organization WikiLeaks is continuing to take on CIA Director John Brennan by releasing a new batch of secret emails from a so-called global intelligence company. WikiLeaks said Monday that it has begun “publishing The Global Intelligence Files, over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered “global intelligence” company…

WikiLeaks Is Publishing the CIA Director’s Hacked Emails

Wired | 21 Oct 2015 WikiLeaks may describe itself as an outlet for whistleblowers, but it’s never hesitated to publish stolen documents offered up by a helpful hacker, either. So it’s no surprise that it’s now leaked the pilfered files of the CIA’s director, John Brennan. On Wednesday, the secret-spilling group published a series of…

Julian Assange lawyers may launch new appeal against extradition in light of CPS emails

The Guardian | 19 Oct 2015 Lawyers for Julian Assange say they are considering launching a fresh appeal against his Swedish arrest warrant, following the publication of correspondence between prosecutors in Britain and Sweden. The Wikileaks founder’s legal team say the documents show Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service and Marianne Ny, the prosecutor in Sweden seeking…