News Headlines - 29 November 2010

▽Clinton Says U.S. Diplomacy Will Survive ‘Attack’ - New York Times
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday condemned the disclosure of thousands of confidential diplomatic cables, saying that it was an attack not only on American foreign policy interests but on the international community.

▽WikiLeaks: Angela Merkel only leader man enough to 'rule' Europe - Telegraph.co.uk
Angela Merkel is the "undisputed" leader of the EU because no other European leader is man enough for the role, according to the leaked American cables that paint an unflattering picture of Europe.

▽WikiLeaks: Duke of York's 'candid' attack on British Government - Telegraph.co.uk
The Duke of York launched an “astonishingly candid” attack on the “stupid” British government during a business brunch at which he surprised an American ambassador with his foul language, a leaked document disclosed.

▽Wikileaks: Berlusconi useless, Pope Catholic - Register
・A CIA memo conceded Google had "probably done some evil, somewhere".
・An internal Pentagon email described the iPad's lack of Flash as "dumbass".

▽WikiLeaks plans to release a U.S. bank's documents - Reuters
The founder of whistle-blower website WikiLeaks plans to release tens of thousands of internal documents from a major U.S. bank early next year, Forbes Magazine reported on Monday.







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