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Norway was concerned about JVP

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Another US top secret document, released by the Wikileaks revealed that in late 2004, the Norwegians were increasingly concerned by an ‘ugly’ JVP-orchestrated campaign against their role in the peace process
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LTTE wanted more concessions

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A top secret diplomatic cable made public by Wikileaks reveals that Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) left peace talks with Sri Lankan government in a tactical move to “get more concessions”.

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SLMM tipped-off LTTE

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A move by Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission (SLMM) made a gunrunning vessel belonging to the  Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), escape from Sri Lanka Navy, whistle-blower website- Wikileaks reveals
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Twitter to hand over documents

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A U.S. federal judge has ordered social media website Twitter to hand over documents connected to WikiLeaks to the Justice Department, according to court documents
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UNP wanted radio equpts for LTTE

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A top secret diplomatic cable obtained by Wikileaks makes a revelation that the then former UNP government, had requested Norwegian assistance in the importation of radio equipment for the LTTE in a bid to give legal recognition to the “Voice of the Tigers”.
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US threatens SL-Wikileaks

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The United States had threatened Sri Lanka in 2009 with costly sanctions if weapons deals were carried out with both Iran and North Korea during the final stage of the war, a secret US cable revealed.
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GL meets Butenis over WikiLeaks

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External Affairs Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris today raised concerns with US Ambassador Ms. Patricia Butenis about the references to Sri Lanka in the WikiLeaks website cables
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SF would've been better than MR -US

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US Ambassador in Colombo Patricia Butenis in her cable January 22, 2010 said that if then Opposition Leader Sarath Fonseka won the election ‘US could expect that his new government would be interested in moving forward more quickly than the Rajapaksa government’, the WikiLeaks revealed.

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LTTE committed HR abuses - US

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The latest cables published by WikiLeaks website highlight human rights abuses committed by the LTTE and the SLMM of turning a blind eye to LTTE forced conscription.
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WikiLeaks founder granted bail

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, arrested in Britain on Swedish allegations of sex crimes, was freed on bail by a British court today

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SL received arms from NK–WikiLeaks

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Sri Lanka was among the other countries that North Korea sold arms, the latest document released by the Wikileaks website revealed.
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Julian Assange arrested

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British police arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange Tuesday on a European warrant issued by Sweden, London's Metropolitan Police said
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‘Vital to US security’ leaked

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A long list of key facilities around the world that the US describes as ‘vital’ to its national security has been released by Wikileaks.

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LeT in Lanka - WikiLeaks

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Information coming out of a secret State Department cable dated June 19, 2009 released by WikiLeaks indicates that Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) T has established a facilitation centre in Sri Lanka and was looking at setting up a base of operations in Kerala and Tamil Nadu
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Policy on SL clear-US

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While condemning the illegal discloser of the classified memos of US on Sri Lanka, the United States today said that its policy on accountability in Sri Lanka has been made clear many times by the US.

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MR & SF responsible - Butenis

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The US ambassador in Colombo, Patricia Butenis had said that Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa and former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka bore responsibility for alleged war crime last year, according to a leaked US cable.
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WikiLeaks head on most-wanted list

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Interpol, at the request of a Swedish court looking into alleged sex crimes from earlier this year, has put WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on its most-wanted listed
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US on ‘Wikileaks’

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The US Embassy in Colombo said that classified information to be released by the whistle blowing website ‘Wikileaks’ not only has harmful implications for the lives of identified individuals but will also jeopardized global engagement among and between nations
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US wanted UN position on SL: Wikileaks

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The United States wanted its diplomats at the UN headquarters to find what the global agency was thinking about the human rights situation in Sri Lanka, new documents released by the whistle blowing website Wikileaks have revealed.
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WikiLeaks to leak Lankan memos

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Among more than 250,000 confidential US diplomatic cables, a portion of which was released by the WikiLeaks on Sunday, more than 3000 documents are related to Sri Lanka

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