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During the 2016 US presidential election campaign, WikiLeaks released emails and other documents from the Democratic National Committee and from Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, John Podesta.[14] These releases caused significant harm to the Clinton campaign,[citation needed] and have been attributed as potential contributing factors to her loss.[15] The U.S. intelligence community expressed "high confidence" that the leaked emails had been hacked by Russia and supplied to WikiLeaks, while WikiLeaks denied their source was Russia or any other state.[16] During the campaign, WikiLeaks promoted conspiracy theories about Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party.[17][18][19] In private conversations from November 2015 that were later leaked, Julian Assange expressed a preference for a GOP victory in the 2016 election, explaining that "Dems+Media+liberals woudl [sic] then form a block to reign [sic] in their worst qualities. History Staff, name and founding Purpose Administration Financing Related:  WikiLeaks

Afghan War Diary The leak, which is considered to be one of the largest in U.S. military history,[5][12] revealed information on the deaths of civilians, increased Taliban attacks, and involvement by Pakistan and Iran in the insurgency.[1][13][14] Wikileaks says it does not know the source of the leaked data.[15] The three outlets which had received the documents in advance, The New York Times, The Guardian, and Der Spiegel, have all concluded that they are genuine when compared to independent reports.[1] Some time after the first dissemination by WikiLeaks, the US Justice Department were considering the use of the U.S. Espionage Act of 1917 to prevent WikiLeaks from posting the remaining 15,000 secret war documents it claimed to possess.[16][17][18] Background[edit] Wikileaks describes itself as "a multi-jurisdictional public service designed to protect whistleblowers, journalists and activists who have sensitive materials to communicate to the public Issues raised[edit] Pakistan[edit] Iran[edit]

List of Radiation Radioactive Nuclear Fallout Monitoring Websites « Continuous Learning & Development Want to get your own data about radiation (nuclear fallout). There are several official and independent monitoring sites. This blog post will be continually updated. 41th update: September 12th 2011. Please help to identify new radiation monitoring sites. Simple Radiation Dose Calculator: allows to estimate exposer to radiation, a more detailed one can be found at EPA (USA) Radiation Network, USA: independent, monitors currently 14 locations in the USA – three around Seattle, one in California, update every minuteUSA, EPA, official monitoring sites: Now with a new interactive site to view the collected data: Switzerland Bundesamt für Bevölkerungsschutz: Monitors Switzerland with 63 locations across at different hightes, updated daily. Germany Bundesamtes für Strahlenschutz : 1800 monitoring stations across Germany, updated every 24 hrs (Link submitted by: Tokyo Radioactive NOW (東京の放射線測定) on Facebook

Executive Order 11110 Executive Order 11110 was issued by U.S. President John F. Kennedy on June 4, 1963. Background[edit] On November 28, 1961, President Kennedy halted sales of silver by the Treasury Department. Increasing demand for silver as an industrial metal had led to an increase in the market price of silver above the United States government's fixed price. Kennedy repeated his calls for Congress to act on several occasions, including his 1963 Economic Report, where he wrote:[3] I again urge a revision in our silver policy to reflect the status of silver as a metal for which there is an expanding industrial demand. Public Law 88-36[edit] The House of Representatives took up the president's request early in 1963,[4] and passed HR 5389 on April 10, 1963, by a vote of 251 to 122.[5][6] The Senate passed the bill on May 23, by a vote of 68 to 10.[7][8] Text of Executive Order[edit] President Kennedy's Executive Order (E.O.) 11110 modified the pre-existing Executive Order 10289 issued by U.S. SECTION 1.

Taliban seeks vengeance on Afghans named in WikiLeaks documents The Taliban has already begun to retaliate against Afghan collaborators named in more than 90,000 secret U.S. files released by a whistleblower website, Newsweek reported Monday. The documents released by WikiLeaks — the biggest leak in U.S. military history — contained the names and villages of Afghans who have been secretly cooperating with American troops. According to Newsweek, following the publication of the files, a Taliban spokesman threatened to “punish” any Afghan listed as having “collaborated” with the U.S. One tribal elder suspected by the Taliban of liaising with American officials was taken from his home in a Kandahar village and executed by gunmen at the weekend. Death threats have also begun arriving at the homes of a number of other tribal leaders. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange acknowledged that Afghan deaths may be “unavoidable” after his website released the files, but he said he felt in was in the public interest. “In the end we are forced to make hard choices.” U.S.

Ancient Symbols, meanings of symbols from Ancient Egyptian, Celtic, Greek, etc. Buergerinitiative bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen Berlin Wikileaks draws criticism, censorship threats | Privacy Inc. A week after Wikileaks' 100-megabyte disclosure of Afghan war files appeared, anger in U.S. political circles continues to grow, with some commentators calling for the U.S. government to find a way to pull the plug on the group's Web site. On Fox News Sunday, conservative commentator Liz Cheney said that Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange clearly has "blood on his hands" and that should be taken offline. "I would really like to see President Obama move to ask the government of Iceland to shut that Web site down," Cheney said. "I'd like to see him move to shut it down ourselves if Iceland won't do it." Marc Thiessen, formerly the chief speechwriter for George W. State Department spokesman Philip Crowley said on Monday that Taliban members are "scouring these documents and identifying sources, and we have concerns about (Afghans') welfare." Assange, on the other hand, never showed up at another hacker conference two weeks before in New York City.

List of symbols This is a list of graphical signs, icons, and symbols. Languages[edit] Many (but not all) graphemes that are part of a writing system that encodes a full spoken language are included in the Unicode standard, which also includes graphical symbols. See: The remainder of this list focuses on graphemes not part of spoken language-encoding systems. Basic communication[edit] Scientific and engineering symbols[edit] Consumer symbols[edit] Various currency signs (sublist) [edit] Hazards[edit] Consumer products[edit] Certifications[edit] Property and pricing[edit] Food symbols[edit] Technology symbols[edit] [edit] Jolly Roger - "this ship is controlled by pirates" Religious and mystical symbols[edit] A subset has been used as United States Department of Veterans Affairs emblems for headstones and markers. A[edit] B[edit] C[edit] D[edit] E[edit] F[edit] G[edit] H[edit] I[edit] K[edit] L[edit] M[edit] N[edit] Ner tamid O[edit] Ouroboros P[edit] Q[edit] Quincunx R[edit] S[edit] T[edit] U[edit] Urantia symbols V[edit] W[edit] Y[edit]

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Marc A. Thiessen - WikiLeaks must be stopped Let's be clear: WikiLeaks is not a news organization; it is a criminal enterprise. Its reason for existence is to obtain classified national security information and disseminate it as widely as possible -- including to the United States' enemies. These actions are likely a violation of the Espionage Act, and they arguably constitute material support for terrorism. The Web site must be shut down and prevented from releasing more documents -- and its leadership brought to justice. WikiLeaks' founder, Julian Assange, proudly claims to have exposed more classified information than all the rest of the world press combined. With his unprecedented release of more than 76,000 secret documents last week, he may have achieved this. Beyond getting people killed, WikiLeaks' actions make it less likely that Afghans and foreign intelligence services (whose reports WikiLeaks also exposed) will cooperate with the United States in the future. And WikiLeaks is preparing to do more damage. Marc A. Kabul War Diary