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Soldier in WikiLeaks case boasted of hacking passwords - witness

FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) - The U.S. soldier accused of passing classified files to the WikiLeaks website boasted of his ability to crack passwords, one of his Army supervisors said at a court-martial on Wednesday.

Rwandan genocide suspects face UK extradition battle

LONDON (Reuters) - A group of Rwandans accused of taking part in the 1994 genocide appeared in court in London on Wednesday at the start of a second legal battle by four of them to avoid extradition to Kigali.

Cops charged with Dhamendran's murder

KUALA LUMPUR: Three policemen have been charged in the magistrate’s court here with the murder of detainee N. Dhamendran in a lock-up.

Soldier in WikiLeaks case boasts of busting passwords

FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) - The U.S. soldier accused of passing classified files to the WikiLeaks anti-secrecy website had boasted that he could get around any password protection, one of his former Army supervisors told a court-martial on Wednesday.

Superiors of U.S. soldier in WikiLeaks case to testify

FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) - The court-martial of Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier accused of passing U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks in the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history, continues on Wednesday, when his immediate superiors are due to take the stand.

Three cops charged with murder of detainee Dhamendran

KUALA LUMPUR: Three policemen were charged in the Magistrate's Court here Wednesday with causing the death of detainee N. Dhamendran in lock-up.

Turkish deputy PM seeks to calm protests

ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's deputy prime minister apologised on Tuesday for "excessive violence" by police in an effort to defuse days of unrest, comments which contrasted sharply with Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's defiant dismissal of the protesters.

Turkish deputy PM seeks to calm anti-government protests

ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's deputy prime minister apologised on Tuesday for "excessive violence" by police in an effort to defuse days of unrest, comments which contrasted sharply with Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's defiant dismissal of the protesters.

Not all election petitions filed will be heard in court, says EC

PETALING JAYA: Not every election petition filed by candidates and political parties to challenge the results of a general election will make it to the hearing stage in court.

No signs of hatred in WikiLeaks soldier's laptop - investigator

FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) - An Army investigator testified on Tuesday he found no evidence that a soldier accused of the biggest breach of classified information in U.S. history hated his country or had any terrorism-related material on his laptop.

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