Swedish rape warrant for Wikileaks' Assange cancelled
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Swedish rape warrant for Wikileaks' Assange cancelled 21 Aug 2010 Swedish authorities have cancelled an arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on accusations of rape and molestation. The Swedish Prosecution Authority website said the chief prosecutor had come to the decision that Mr Assange was not suspected of rape. The warrant was issued late on Friday. Wikileaks, which has been criticised for leaking Afghan war documents, had quoted Mr Assange as saying the charges were "without basis".
CIA dirty tricks 101: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange accused of rape --Swedish authorities issue an arrest warrant for the founder of whistleblowers' website on suspicion of rape and molestation 21 Aug 2010 Swedish authorities have issued an arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on suspicion of molestation and rape. The warrant was issued late yesterday, said a spokeswoman at Sweden's prosecutors' office in Stockholm. She said Assange should contact the Swedish police for questioning about the accusations of molestation and rape in two separate cases "so that he can be confronted with the suspicions".
Officials: US drones kill 6 in northwest Pakistan 21 Aug 2010 Suspected U.S. missiles fired from an unmanned drone killed six militants Saturday in a Pakistani tribal region near the Afghan border, officials said. Missiles struck two vehicles in Anghar Kala village near Miran Shah in North Waziristan -- the second such attack since massive floods hit Pakistan in late July. The officials said some of the dead militants may be foreigners.
Five US-led troops killed in Afghanistan 21 Aug 2010 Five US-led troops have been killed in Afghanistan over the past 24 hours as the Taliban step up their attacks against foreign forces in the country. Two NATO soldiers died in separate militant attacks in southern Afghanistan on Saturday, the US-led military alliance said without disclosing the nationality of the soldiers or the exact location of the incident. Three soldiers were killed and two others were injured in Uruzgan Province also on Friday.
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