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  • Sweden drops charges against Assange, but Wikileaks founder “does not forgive or forget”

    Sweden drops charges against Assange, but Wikileaks founder “does not forgive or forget”

     
    Sweden has dropped rape charges against Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange. The Australian has always denied the allegation, but has lived in the Ecuadorean embassy in London since 2012 to avoid

    By: Euronews | Comments: 101 | Views: 1367 | Votes: 5 | Shared: 3
    Leaked: 9 days ago in Other News

  • Marine Le Pen isn’t France’s first female president after all

    Marine Le Pen isn’t France’s first female president after all

     
    France’s Front National (FN) was founded by Jean Marie Le Pen in the 1970s. It grew out of the country’s political wilderness to become its second most popular party. Jean Marie’s daughter Marin

    By: Euronews | Comments: 26 | Views: 731 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: May-7-2017 in Other News

  • Socialist Hamon a campaign of hemorrhaging support

    Socialist Hamon a campaign of hemorrhaging support

     
    Benoit Hamon surprised many by winning the Socialist Party primary back in January. The staunchly left-wing candidate secured a clear win over France’s former prime minister Manuel Valls.

    By: Euronews | Comments: 10 | Views: 757 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Apr-21-2017 in Other News

  • Campaigning hots up in countdown to Dutch election

    Campaigning hots up in countdown to Dutch election

     
    Campaigning has reached fever pitch in the Netherlands ahead of Wednesday’s election, with the far-right poised to make huge gains. Geert Wilders and his Freedom Party (PVV) are being tipped to

    By: Euronews | Comments: 90 | Views: 1311 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Mar-13-2017 in Other News

  • French vote: The mainstream losers

    French vote: The mainstream losers

     
    The presidential election was a huge defeat for France’s mainstream parties. The Socialists and Républicans which have dominated French politics for more than half a century but both failed to

    By: Euronews | Comments: 12 | Views: 958 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Apr-24-2017 in Other News

  • Wikileaks slammed by CIA

    Wikileaks slammed by CIA

     
    Wikileaks is a non-state “hostile intelligence service” often abetted by state actors, according to the director of the CIA. CIA Director Mike Pompeo has denounced the anti-secrecy group Wiki

    By: Euronews | Comments: 52 | Views: 1783 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Apr-14-2017 in Other News

  • Melenchon from obscurity to spotlight in French election

    Melenchon from obscurity to spotlight in French election

     
    Jean-Luc Melenchon is turning out to be the surprise package in the French presidential race. The far-left candidate has surged in the polls to emerge as a serious contender, with just nine days

    By: Euronews | Comments: 29 | Views: 893 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Apr-14-2017 in Other News

  • WikiLeaks: US and Al-Qaeda have acted together in Syria

    WikiLeaks: US and Al-Qaeda have acted together in Syria

     
    WikiLeaks has posted screenshots of a letter from Jake Sullivan, Hillary Clinton's advisor, where he says al-Qaeda terrorists are acting with Washington in Syria. The United States has resorted to the

    By: Snake561 | Comments: 31 | Views: 1524 | Votes: 4 | Shared: 11
    Leaked: Apr-13-2017 in Other News

  • Russia under fire after Syrian gas attack

    Russia under fire after Syrian gas attack

     
    Russia is under fire from other world powers at the UN Security Council over Tuesday’s deadly chemical attack in Syria, which the West blames on President Bashar al-Assad’s armed forces. The U

    By: Euronews | Comments: 167 | Views: 2789 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 9
    Leaked: Apr-5-2017 in Other News

  • Political world can learn from tech sector

    Political world can learn from tech sector

     
    Politicians could learn from the technology sector’s innovative working environment, according to an entrepreneur in Strasbourg. With just weeks to go until the French presidential elections, St

    By: Euronews | Comments: 14 | Views: 1146 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Apr-4-2017 in Other News

  • Martin McGuinness: the armalite to the ballot box

    Martin McGuinness: the armalite to the ballot box

     
    Mixed reactions are pouring in after the death of Martin McGuinness, the Sinn Fein leader and former Irish Republican Army (IRA) leader who turned peacemaker helping end Northern Ireland’s 30-year c

    By: Euronews | Comments: 33 | Views: 1032 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Mar-21-2017 in Other News

  • Dutch party leaders vote in many-horse race

    Dutch party leaders vote in many-horse race

     
    Most of the attention, as the Dutch went to the polls on election day, has been on the two frontrunners: the centre-right VDD party of Prime Minister Mark Rutte, and the far-right Party of Freedom (PV

    By: Euronews | Comments: 8 | Views: 605 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Mar-15-2017 in Other News