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The US ordered a sweeping review of access to sensitive government information today in the wake of the massive and potentially embarrassing WikiLeaks release of more than 250,000 classified documents ...
US tightens security after leaks
BBC - 6:18pm Monday 29th of November 2010
The White House orders government agencies to tighten their handling of classified documents after the latest Wikileaks release of diplomatic cables. ...
WikiLeaks: US orders security review
WalesOnline - 6:06pm Monday 29th of November 2010
The US ordered a sweeping review of access to sensitive government information today in the wake of the massive and potentially embarrassing WikiLeaks release of more than 250,000 classified documents ...
WikiLeaks chose five daily newspapers from around the world to release the more than a quarter of a million leaked US diplomatic cables to. France’s Le Monde, among the chosen, has highlighted Washi ...
Obama administration reviews handling of US secrets
Jerusalem Post - 5:30pm Monday 29th of November 2010
US orders government agencies to review protocols for protecting top secret information amidst Wikileaks document release; says agencies must establish security assessment teams to prevent unnecessary ...
Clinton to visit Bahrain after WikiLeaks disclosures
Gulfnews - 5:00pm Monday 29th of November 2010
US State Secretary Hillary Clinton to visit Bahrain following the publication of secret diplomatic reports on WikiLeaks website ...
US tries to contain damage from leaked documents
The Independent - 4:30pm Monday 29th of November 2010
Bristling over the unauthorised release of more than a quarter million classified State Department documents, the Obama White House today ordered a government-wide review of how agencies safeguard sen ...
Wikileaks: Berlusconi useless, Pope Catholic
The Register - 4:22pm Monday 29th of November 2010
Shock 'revelations' shake western democracies The release today of leaked US State Department cables is unlikely, despite some media claims, to shake western democracy to the very foundation of sub-pr ...
US allies, Iran savage WikiLeaks for secrets release
France 24 - 4:00pm Monday 29th of November 2010
Friend and foe alike of the United States heaped scorn Monday on WikiLeaks' mass release of secret US diplomatic cables, saying the revelations undermined global diplomacy and made the world less secu ...
USA : Diplomatic cables: Digesting the massive leak
France 24 - 2:30pm Monday 29th of November 2010
The whistleblower website Wikileaks has sent more than 250,000 US diplomatic cables, some dating back 40 years, to five international newspapers. But what is the scope and significance of this mountai ...
Uploaded on Nov 26 2010  Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, holds a news conference in Geneva, in this November 4, 2010 file photo. Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks is endangering the lives of U.S. forces and people who support the United States around the world, the top U.S. military officer said, ahead of the expected release of more classified U.S. Documents. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud/Files (SWITZERLAND - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS MEDIA HEADSHOT)

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