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WikiLeaks cables: Pfizer 'used dirty tricks to avoid clinical trial payout'

Cables say drug giant hired investigators to find evidence of corruption on Nigerian attorney general to persuade him to drop legal action.

Did Pfizer Bribe Its Way Out of Criminal Charges in Nigeria?

By Walter Armstrong

The cables suggest that the world's largest drugmaker may have blackmailed the head of Nigeria's Ministry of Justice into dropping a $6 billion criminal lawsuit.

WikiLeaks cables: Consult us before using intelligence to commit war crimes, US tells Uganda

The US told Uganda to let it know when the army was going to commit war crimes using American intelligence - but did not try to dissuade it from doing so, the US embassy cables suggest.

Putin leads backlash over WikiLeaks boss detention

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin Thursday led growing support from some world leaders for the beleaguered WikiLeaks founder, describing his detention in Britain as "undemocratic".

Europeans Criticize Fierce U.S. Response to Leaks

For many Europeans Washington's fierce reaction to the flood of secret diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks displays imperial arrogance and hypocrisy, indicating a post-9/11 obsession with secrecy that contradicts American principles.

Chomsky signs Australian letter of support for Assange

Renowned American scholar and activist Noam Chomsky signed an open letter to Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Tuesday urging her to make a "strong statement" in support of Julian Assange.

After 12 days of WikiLeaks cables, the world looks on US with new eyes

Reaction across the globe to the leaked US embassy cables has ranged from anger and bitterness to extreme indifference.

WikiLeaks: US 'lobbied Russia on behalf of two credit card companies'

New cables released by the WikiLeaks website disclose how Visa and Mastercard received lobbying support from the Obama administration.

Assange Lawyer: Rape Allegations a "Stitch Up"

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's lawyer tells CBS News that rape and sexual molestation allegations against his client in Sweden are a "stitch up," and the Swedish prosecutor's failure to provide him with documentation on the claims, or any evidence, makes it impossible to begin crafting a legal response.

Amazon Kindles cash from Wikileaks

Won't host the leaked cables but will sell them: Amazon's UK tentacle is selling a Kindle version of the Wikileaks documents for £7.37.

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