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Airport ‘dithering affecting recovery’

Conspiracy-mad teen paid £21,000 for old WikiLeaks server on dad's credit card

Father said he was rendered 'speechless' upon finding out about the purchase

The Welsh family of jailed WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning have received donations from an ex-convict

Exclusive: WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning's Welsh relatives helped by ex-prisoner to fund trips to visit her in Kansas prison

… but man jailed after Gulf War protest has so far only raised £465 to pay for flights to the US

Tony Abbott stands with his family as he claims victory in Australia's federal election

Tony Abbott's Australia: conservative, less green, more mean

The new Prime Minister has indicated his planned direction and won praise from David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch

Benedict Cumberbatch, as Julian Assange, left, with Daniel Bruhl, as Daniel Domscheit-Berg, in the WikiLeaks drama, The Fifth Estate.

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Cinema’s long-awaited take on the story of Wikileaks is played out through the friendship and subsequent rivalry of website activists Julian Assange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Daniel Domscheit-Berg (Daniel Bruhl).

Benedict Cumberbatch arrives for the premiere of the film The Fifth Estate at the 38th Toronto International Film Festival

The Fifth Estate starring Benedict Cumberbatch exposes Wikileaks in Toronto Film Festival debut

The Fifth Estate, an unlikely thriller that chronicles the emergence of anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks and its enigmatic founder Julian Assange, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last night.

Elementary! Sir Ian McKellen to play Sherlock Holmes

Sir Ian McKellen is the latest star to bring Sherlock Holmes to life for the big screen, playing an aged version of the sleuth in new film A Slight Trick Of The Mind.

The News Matrix: Wednesday 4 September 2013

NHS ‘up for sale’, warns Labour

Fox News plays 'Dude looks like a lady' over Chelsea Manning segment

Rupert Murdoch-owned TV channel Fox News has attracted criticism after playing Aerosmith’s ‘Dude Looks Like A Lady’ over a slot about Chelsea Manning.

David Miranda was detained at Heathrow airport under schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act as he travelled from Berlin to Rio de Janeiro. He had his mobile phone, laptop, DVDs and other items seized

Lord Blair: We need new and wider terrorism law to protect government secrets

Britain’s anti-terror legislation should be widened to cover the publication and passing on of official government secrets, the former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Blair has suggested.

Julian Assange participates in a live question-and-answer session via Skype at a meeting in Melbourne

Is the party over for Wikileaks in Australia?

The Australian political party founded by Julian Assange is mired in controversy as the election nears

Bradley Manning leaves the courtroom at Fort Meade, Maryland

'I am Chelsea. I am female': Soldier tried as Bradley Manning wants to live as a woman'

Soldier who was sentenced to 35 years for leaking classified files identifies as female and wants to be called Chelsea

The News Matrix: Thursday 22 August 2013

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Luke Treadaway: 'The last film I went to see was Lincoln which I really enjoyed'

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'The last film I went to see was Lincoln which I really enjoyed'

A judge ruled out some of the US government’s evidence in the Bradley Manning trial

Judge casts doubt on damage caused by whistleblower Bradley Manning’s US secret data leaks

A military judge has cast doubt on the scale of damage inflicted by Bradley Manning’s leaks of classified information, ruling that some US government evidence was inadmissible.

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