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World reacts to WikiLeaks release

Monday, November 29, 2010 - 02:42

Nov. 29 - The world reacts to the release of thousands of classified U.S. diplomatic cables by whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks. Travis Brecher reports.

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Whistle blowing website wicca leaks releases classified US diplomatic communications. And the world reacts. One cable says China ordered attacks on Google as part of a computer sabotage campaign carried out by government operatives. A professor at Peking University says the leaked information could strained bilateral relations between China and the US. What what -- -- -- you know -- unique but I think there's a risk kids and that's the problem is not managed well that it could have a negative impact on China US bilateral relations. To -- some questions touching from it each. Another cable suggests that Turkey is an unreliable ally to Washington with the leadership divided and permeated by islamists. But the Turkish Prime Minister thinks that it may be -- leaks that is on reliable. Each and detected in the network -- -- due to -- first let's see what Wiki leaks hasn't handled. Then we will of value -- whether disclosed documents are reliable. At the moment Wiki -- is reliability is dubious. Therefore we will wait until -- -- leaks discloses all of the information that it -- Then we will evaluate and comment on it. It's a fun game that's one of the -- It. The release also reveal statements made by the Saudi Arabian king who religiously frequently urged the US to attack Iran. The Saudi leaders supposedly said the Americans should cut off the head of the snake. The US government has condemned the release of the documents saying it could compromise private discussions with foreign leaders and endanger lives. But speaking from an undisclosed location. With the leaks founder Julian the son has defended the release and praised those who provided the information. If you didn't train. Or accountability. Of the US military you'd worry. Fortunately. There you would people. In Buick Open and some of those include people. What proceedings there the other way and they ruling be -- or. It could cost material. And then hope I'll do that. In the latest -- leaks release more than 250000. Documents covering sensitive communications by US diplomats were given to five media groups. Travis Sprecher. Reuters.

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World reacts to WikiLeaks release

Monday, November 29, 2010 - 02:42