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Every one of us owes a debt to Julian Assange. Thanks to him, we now know that our governments are pursuing policies that place you and your family in considerably greater danger. Wikileaks has informed us they have secretly launched war on yet another Muslim country, sanctioned torture, kidnapped innocent people from the streets of free countries and intimidated the police into hushing it up, and covered up the killing of 15,000 civilians – five times the number killed on 9/11. Each one of these acts has increased the number of jihadis. We can only change these policies if we know about them – and Assange has given us the black-and-white proof.

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Swiss World Cup dream comes to an end

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Group H: 'We have to beat Chile. Nothing else is important' say Spanish

Chile v Spain; Today, 7.30pm, ITV1. Switzerland v Honduras; Today, 7.30pm, ITV4

Torres confident Spain have found rhythm despite missed chances against Honduras

Fernando Torres is confident he can now fully contribute to Spain's World Cup cause and hopes his country can reap the benefits of his "perfect" understanding with David Villa.

Arsenal will 'give way' over Fabregas say Barcelona

Outgoing president Joan Laporta believes it is inevitable that Cesc Fabregas will leave Arsenal for Barcelona this summer.

Del Bosque unhappy with Spain

A David Villa double helped Spain claim their first points of the 2010 World Cup against Honduras but coach Vicente Del Bosque warned they could not afford to be as wasteful in front of goal against Group H leaders Chile on Friday.

Villa up and running but Torres off the pace

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James Lawton: Spain begin to live up to billing as team to fear in South Africa

They were supposed to define this World Cup, set all the standards, but first Spain had to survive. It was proving beautiful but also arduous work and it threatened to be some time before their coach Vicente del Bosque displayed the kind of elation already shown by his leading rivals, Dunga of Brazil and Diego Maradona of Argentina and the fantasy world.

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