WikiLeaks reveals new NSA eavesdropping cache

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (C) speaks to the media from a balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, Britain, 05 February 2016. Assange hailed a UN panel's finding that he is under arbitrary detention on 05 February, urging Britain and Sweden to 'implement the decision.' Britain and Sweden have dismissed the ruling by the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, a panel of independent legal scholars, that the Australian activist had been subject to arbitrary detention since his arrest in London in 2010 on Swedish allegations of rape and sexual harassment.

UN Secretary Ban-Ki Moon, Chancellor Angela Merkel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, former President Sarkozy, and former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi were being spied upon by the NSA


Wikileaks released a new cache of documents on Tuesday, revealing NSA intercepted communication between world leaders, dating from 2007 to 2011.

There are at least three channels of communication the US National Security Agency was caught eavesdropping: first, discussions between UN Secretary Ban-Ki Moon and the German Chancellor Merkel; secondly, Silvio Berlusconi’s administration and his relation to Israel and France; thirdly, European and Japanese diplomats engaged in World Trade Organizat...


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