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Ex-Israeli Soldier Admits Leaking Secrets

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In a plea deal with Israeli authorities, former soldier Anat Kamm has admitted to leaking more than 2,000 classified military documents to the Haaretz newspaper, including information on an Israeli operation aimed at killing West Bank Palestinian militants.

Pentagon Braces for Latest WikiLeaks Release

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The Pentagon is once again articulating its oft-cited trope that release of classified documents on the WikiLeaks website could endanger U.S. and allied troops and Iraqi civilians as the whistle-blower site prepares to publish even more classified files on the Iraq War.

Justice Torture Memos Say 'Good Faith' Is Legal Defense

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Ah, good intentions, with which that famous path was paved: According to Justice Department documents obtained and released by the ACLU on Thursday -- albeit heavily redacted -- CIA interrogators were authorized to use waterboarding and other "enhanced interrogation techniques" that they believed "in good faith" would not "have the specific intent to inflict severe pain or suffering."

U.K. Releases UFO Records

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Britain's Ministry of Defense is making public secret documents related to unidentified flying objects and alleged contacts with aliens. The records, collected between 1978 and 1987, include observations from the public as well as military personnel.

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