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‘That is what amounts, or can amount, to a criminal offense’
‘There is no doubt in my mind … that newspapers have done something that oversight has failed to do’
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Former US military intelligence agent calls leaked NSA documents outdated
Britain’s reaction to the exposure of the United States’ vast surveillance program had potentially troubling consequences for free expression.
Authorities used a terrorism law to detain a journalist’s assistant
British government applying heavy pressure to The Guardian
Miranda says he was targeted because he is Greenwald’s partner
“Ask yourself: if I were a Chinese spy, why wouldn’t I have flown directly into Beijing?,” said Snowden.
A critique of two video commentaries recently published by the UK’s Guardian newspaper.
British newspaper buries retraction of claim that helped sink News of the World, launch prime minister’s inquiry
Ian Hislop, editor of the magazine “Private Eye,” stated that Assange called him and accused the British media of instituting a Jewish-led smear campaign
WikiLeaks responds that the book is full of ‘malicious libels’ and calls The Guardian the ‘slimiest media organization in the UK’
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A new study reveals that your first kiss is likely to be one of your most vivid memories — here are 11 celebrities who can recall theirs
Just a few years ago, global warming proponents were saying that snowfall would soon become a “rare and exciting event.” Now they’re changing their tune.
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Britain moves right - The Guardian
Britain is now more Thatcherite than when Margaret Thatcher was in power, with people much less supportive of the welfare state and the redistribution of wealth
Arab governments aren’t afraid of Israel; they’re afraid of Iran.