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Unauthorised autobiography of Julian Assange sells less than 700 copies

Despite copious publicity, the unauthorised autobiography of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, published Thursday, September 22, sold less than 700 copies that week, according to Nielsen BookScan. Assange's autobiography, published by Canongate publishers despite his lack of consent, was subject to much media coverage. Yet Nielsen BookScan, the sales figures monitor, showed

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Former Wikileaks employee destroys unpublished leaked documents

A former Wikileaks employee has destroyed 3500 unpublished ‘leaks’ to Julian Assange’s site, and has taken the site’s encrypted system to create a spinoff project. Daniel Domscheit-Berg, who was Julian Assange’s former right-hand man, left Wikileaks last year after a disagreement between the pair, and has now demolished files to the

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Thai PM denies Thaksin-Bout swap claim

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Tuesday again denied a WikiLeaks report that he discussed the extradition of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra with US President Barack Obama, or that there was a deal regarding the Vikor Bout extradition. Mr Abhisit said he and the US president had not discussed the Thaksin-Bout situation

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Wikileaks alleged Russia bribed Bout witnesses

US diplomats alleged that Russia bribed witnesses to block the extradition of suspected international arms traffickers Viktor Bout to the US, according to WikiLeaks cables as reported by Guardian online. Diplomats in Bangkok alleged in cables released by WikiLeaks that Bout's "Russian supporters" had paid witnesses to give false testimony

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