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18 Aug 2017 12:23 PM EST

The file-sharing site WikiLeaks seems hyper-focused on spilling all of the United States’ beans, but they don’t really focus on any other nation with the same fervor--especially Russia. According to RedState.com, a new report is adding to that suspicion. Foreign Policy magazine claims that during the 2016 election, WikiLeaks had a treasure trove of information on the Russian government that they refused to touch. Why? They wanted to stir the pot and release DNC emails, instead. In fact, WikiLeaks declined to publish at least 68 gigabytes of data that came from inside the Russian Interior Ministry. When contacted by Foreign Policy about the Russian cache, WikiLeaks wrote in a Twitter direct message, “As far as we recall these are already public. WikiLeaks rejects submissions that have already been published elsewhere or which are likely to be considered insignificant."

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18 August, 2017
South Africa Will Give Grace Mugabe Diplomatic Immunity

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa is planning to grant diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe, allowing her to return to Harare and avoid prosecution for the alleged assault of a 20-year-old model, a government source said on Friday. South African police have put border... Read more

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India Threatens Philip Morris Over Illegal Advertisements

On Friday, Reuters reported that the Indian government has threatened Philip Morris International "punitive action" over an alleged violation of the country's anti-smoking laws. Officials said that Phillip Morris was using marketing techniques to illegally target young people. Some marketing... Read more

18 August, 2017
Finland Police: Suspect Shot, Arrested After Stabbing in Turku

Police in Finland have shot and arrested a suspect after several people were stabbed in the city of Turku, according to CNN. The Swedish-speaking city, located west of Helsinki, has a population of under 200,000. Police are asking the public to stay away from the city center. Authorities have... Read more

18 August, 2017
Nigeria's Freed Chibok Girls to Return Home

On Friday, the Nigerian government has said that more than 100 girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in the Nigerian town of Chibok in 2014, are "fully recovered" and ready to return home. Around 270 girls were originally abducted by the Islamist group but 82 were freed in May this... Read more

18 August, 2017
Venezuela's New Chief Prosecutor Vows to Jail Anti-Maduro Protest Leaders

Venezuela will hunt down and jail leaders of violent protests that have rocked the country since April, its new top prosecutor said on Thursday, a day before a hate crimes law was expected to be approved despite fears that it will be used to crush dissent. The new law "against hate and intolerance,"... Read more

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