Wikileaks Reveals State Dept Deal with Spain In Black Swan Treasure Lawsuit

Wikileaks Reveals State Dept Deal with Spain In Black Swan Treasure Lawsuit
Among the thousands of documents released by WikiLeaks are several U.S. diplomatic cables describing how U.S. ambassadors were helping Spain in their cause — partly to help broker a deal to bring a famous painting in Spain to a U.S. citizen who …
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Not-So-Gentle Persuasion: US Bullies Spain into Proposed Website Blocking Law
But now some of the cables provided by WikiLeaks to Spanish newspaper El Pais confirm that the US government has pushed other countries to adopt measures that go beyond US law, unleashing the fury of Spanish Internet users. A set of cables reported on …
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EU cuts subsidies that support Spanish bullfighting
In 2013, a report entitled “Toros and taxes”, compiled by Spanish MEPs, established that CAP payments worth more than £110 million a year were being given to Spanish farmers using their pastures to rear fighting bulls. The study concluded that "without …
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Ecuador says WikiLeaks' Assange hires Spanish jurist Garzon
QUITO WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has hired Spanish jurist Baltasar Garzon as a legal adviser as he seeks political asylum in Ecuador, the Andean country's foreign minister, Ricardo Patino, said on Tuesday. Assange has been taking refuge in the …
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WikiLeaks Cables Cited in Lawsuit Over $500 Million Sunken Treasure

WikiLeaks Cables Cited in Lawsuit Over 0 Million Sunken Treasure
A deep-sea treasure-hunting company in Florida says that diplomatic cables recently released by WikiLeaks have exposed the U.S. government's backdoor interference in a lawsuit over $ 500 million in silver and gold coins recovered from a Spanish galleon.
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WikiLeaks slams Google over delay in revealing search warrants for staffs' data
Speaking at a news conference in Geneva, Baltasar Garzon, a Spanish former judge who now represents WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, said the warrants appeared to be part of a "fishing expedition" by U.S. authorities against the website. WikiLeaks has …
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Wikileaks protests in Spain over Julian Assange arrest
Protests have taken place across Spain calling for the release of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is facing extradition from the UK to Sweden for alleged sexual offences. Hundreds of people gathered outside the British embassy in Madrid calling …
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WikiLeaks Shows a Saudi Obsession With Iran
But a trove of thousands of Saudi documents recently released by WikiLeaks reveals in surprising detail how the government's goal in recent years was not just to spread its strict version of Sunni Islam — though that was a priority — but also to …
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