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The CIA “Plotted to Kidnap and Assassinate” Julian Assange

A report published on Friday by Yahoo News reveals how the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of Donald Trump's presidency plotted to kidnap and potentially assassinate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The report details the ways in which the CIA conceived of...

Assange Extradition to US Denied by British Judge

Julian Assange will not be extradited to the United States, according to a new ruling by a British judge on Monday.

U.S. Classified Cable Says FYROM Wanted 'North Macedonia' Name Since 2008

A previously classified State Department cable released by Wikileaks says that the government in Skopje was prepared to accept the term "North" or "Northern Macedonia" as far back as 2008. The cable was written by the then US Ambassador to...

Wikileaks: CIA was Monitoring French Political Parties and their Stance on Greek Crisis

The interest of the CIA for the attitude of French political parties towards the Greek debt crisis before the 2012 elections in France has been revealed on the WikiLeaks website. According to WikiLeaks, the CIA was watching all major French...

Government Denies WikiLeaks Report That Clinton Advised Tsipras to Sign Bailout Deal in 2015

WikiLeaks email correspondence revealed that the White House asked Bill Clinton's former Chief of Staff, John Podesta, to inquire as to whether the former United States president would be willing to intervene following the Greek referendum in July 2015...

Intense Conflicts in Parliament Regarding the Party and Media Loans

The Greek Parliament met on Friday morning, in order to discuss the composition of an Examining committee regarding the loans of parties and media. PM Tsipras: Greece's program review will be completed without additional measures The Greek program review will be...

Greece's Creditors Team Leave for Brussels and Return to Athens on Saturday

The mission chiefs of Greece's creditors have left for Brussels and will return to Athens on Saturday to continue talks with the Greek side on the pending issues of the bailout program evaluation. On Saturday, the quartet of creditors will...

What If Greece's Turn Against the IMF Is Staged?

The sudden turn of the Greek government against the International Monetary Fund in the past month and the continuous requests for its withdrawal from the bailout program looks like another communication trick by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. His strategy...

IMF Chief: Talks With Greece in 'Good Faith,' But Figures 'Need to Add Up'

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said she intends to negotiate "in good faith" with Greece, despite recent acrimonious comments by the Greek side. The comments against the IMF came after the alleged leaks of a conversation between the...

European Sources Ring the Warning Bell for the Delay of the Evaluation [video]

Despite the slight progress in the negotiations between the Greek government and the creditors' representatives, Greece could be faced with the risk of bankruptcy and exiting the euro in case the evaluation of the creditor's program is delayed until...