News Headlines - 28 November 2010

▽WikiLeaks: Royal family member 'behaved inappropriately' - Telegraph.co.uk
US diplomatic cables leaked by WikiLeaks include claims of "inappropriate behaviour" by a member of the Royal Family and request for "specific intelligence" about MPs.

▽Wikileaks: Hillary Clinton ordered U.S. diplomats to spy on UN leaders - Daily Mail
Hillary Clinton ordered American officials to spy on high ranking UN diplomats, including British representatives.
Top secret cables revealed that Mrs Clinton, the Secretary of State, even ordered diplomats to obtain DNA data – including iris scans and fingerprints - as well as credit card and frequent flier numbers.
All permanent members of the security council – including Russia, China, France and the UK – were targeted by the secret spying mission, as well as the Secretary General of the UN, Ban Ki-Moon.

▽WikiLeaks sparks worldwide diplomatic crisis - Telegraph.co.uk
The King of Saudi Arabia privately urged the United States to attack Iran to destroy its nuclear weapons programme, according to diplomatic cables leaked by the whistle-blowing website, WikiLeaks.

▽How 250,000 US embassy cables were leaked - The Guardian
An innocuous-looking memory stick, no longer than a couple of fingernails, came into the hands of a Guardian reporter earlier this year. The device is so small it will hang easily on a keyring. But its contents will send shockwaves through the world's chancelleries and deliver what one official described as "an epic blow" to US diplomacy.

▽WikiLeaks Should Be A 'Terror Organisation' - Sky News
An American politician has called for WikiLeaks to be designated a terrorist organisation following the release of the latest batch of leaked documents.







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