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Taliban aided by Pakistan, documents suggest
Americans fighting the war in Afghanistan have long harboured strong suspicions that Pakistan's military spy service has guided the Afghan insurgency with a hidden hand, even as Pakistan receives more than $1 billion a year from Washington for ...

White House condemns leak
Washington: The White House reacted strongly within hours of the release of documents relating to the Afghan war by whistle-blower website, WikiLeaks. National Security Advisor General James Jones said in a statement that the U.S. ...

Case for war crimes, says WikiLeaks founder Assange
LONDON: Some of the incidents mentioned in secret American files released by WikiLeaks on Monday constituted a prima facie case for war crimes, said its founder Julian Assange at a press conference here. Mr. Assange said that while, ...

35-year jail term for Khmer Rouge official
SINGAPORE: In the first judicial verdict on the genocide committed by Cambodia's Khmer Rouge in the 1970s, a former official of the regime was on Monday pronounced guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced to 35 years of ...

Will stop oil supply, Chavez warns U.S.
CARACAS: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez abruptly cancelled a trip to Cuba on Sunday, citing the danger of “armed aggression” by Colombia, and warned the United States to stay out of the crisis. Announcing the decision at a ...

NATO rocket killed 52 civilians: Karzai
KABUL: Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Monday that NATO troops had fired a rocket that killed 52 “innocent” villagers in southern Afghanistan. An investigation by the National Directorate of Security found that a house ...

Leaked files detail bloody errors


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