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US Army private accused of sending secrets to WikiLeaks turns fire on judge as trial begins

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Assange finds his voice: The Wikileaks saga is to become an opera

Wikileaks suspends publications

Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has suspended its publication wing in order to launch a new fundraising drive as founder Julian Assange admitted that his organisation could be bankrupt by the end of the year.

Joan Smith: Assange cares for no one but himself

Neither whistleblower nor journalist, the hacker is a menace

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Anonymous, the internet activists' slogan, runs "Knowledge is free. We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us!"

Can the cult of Assange save cash-strapped WikiLeaks?

Roll up, roll up! The great WikiLeaks memorabilia auction has just begun. The laptop computer on which "Cablegate" was compiled is on offer for £6,000, while some signed versions of those famous diplomatic cables can be yours for just £2,100. And do I hear £240 for a sachet of prison coffee once purloined by an incarcerated Julian Assange?

James Harkin: Assange is deluded about power

The obsessive Western focus on social media and online data is a symptom our inability to think politically

What – and where – now for Mr WikiLeaks?

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Assange leaks 251,287 raw US cables, sparking global outcry

The first time information from the 251,287 US diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks was made public, the howls of rage came from Washington.

WikiLeaks puts all its US cables online, unredacted

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