Cablegate

Cablegate

The 2010-2011 WikiLeaks publications of classified cables sent by embassies and related venues to the U.S. State Department from 1966 to 2010. At that time, it was the largest amount of classified information ever exposed by a whistle blower. See WikiLeaks.
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The search engine named PLUS D (The Public Library of United States Diplomacy), includes 250,000 leaked State Department cables that were made public during Cablegate, the time in US history where memos of Henry Kissinger's time as US Secretary of State were made public.
Julian Assange spoke as part of this presentation on the wider corruption revealed in Cablegate, and legal cases that have used the cables as evidence.
Cablegate : Wadeh Khanfar resigns "Wadeh Khanfar, the Palestinian director general of Al Jazeera Network resigned [yesterday] after 8 years of being a top executive in the channel.
THE AGE OF WIKILEAKS: FROM COLLATERAL MURDER TO CABLEGATE (AND BEYOND)
He said: "Our work with WikiLeaks continues unabated and we are stepping up our publication of materials relating to Cablegate and other materials.
Our work with WikiLeaks continues unabated and we are stepping up our publishing for matters related to Cablegate and other materials," Assange told reporters outside the court.
Cablegate shows that the party has at least shown that it does have some fight left.
And the latest Cablegate leak, according to Domscheit- Berg, has pitted Assange against his own staff, for he sent out 250,000 confidential US embassy messages to the media without any discussion with his colleagues.
In what has been coined Cablegate, Wikileaks is publishing over 250,000 leaked documents purported to be dispatched from US embassies worldwide to the State Department in Washington DC.
Cablegate should not be allowed to become another example of that troubling trend.
We are stepping up our publications for matters relating to Cablegate and other materials.
But before Cablegate became news, other sources also shed light on the regime's attitude towards Islamic movements.