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Julian Assange Seeks Asylum In Ecuador

Julian Assange, WikiLeaks chief is trying to escape London. He took refuge in Ecuador‘s embassy in London and is seeking political asylum in Ecuador. This has been confirmed by his organization. Ecuadorean Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said the leftist government of President Rafael Correa was weighing the request. He did not indicate when a decision might be made. The move ... Read More »

Bank of America Website Down!

Bank of America’s website has been down most of the morning and there’s no sign of any progress towards restoring the site. The bank is responding to users about the problem on Twitter via @BofA_Help. The website hasn’t been responding for about 6 hours for some users. A BofA spokeswoman has said the problems began for the bank’s website at ... Read More »

India Tortured Kashmiri People , reports Wikileaks

Wiki leaks shatters India’s democracy speech by releasing the most shocking documents that revealed how Kashmir people were  ill threated and tortured by the Indian army. According to diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks, US diplomats were secretly briefed by staff of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) about the systematic abuse of detainees in Kashmir. The dispatches reveal ... Read More »

Barack Obama joins WikiLeaks assault

Finally the US President Barack Obama  has come out of hiding regarding WikiLeaks’s latest leaks. President Obama offered his strongest condemnation yet of WikiLeaks’ “deplorable” documents dump. At the same time, calls for worldwide demonstrations to support the site’s founder drew only tiny crowds. The US President made his comments in a call to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan ... Read More »

WikiLeaks: Pope wanted Muslim Turkey kept out of EU

Vatican diplomats also lobbied against Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez and wanted ‘Christian roots’ enshrined in EU constitution. The pope is responsible for the Vatican’s growing hostility towards Turkey joining the EU, previously secret cables sent from the US embassy to the Holy See in Rome claim. In 2004 Cardinal Ratzinger, the future pope, spoke out against letting a Muslim state join, ... Read More »