2010年11月30日

デイリー・テレグラフ2010年11月30日

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Headline : Duke raged at 'idiocy' of fraud inquiry
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P21 Comment & Feautures
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Headline : DO THEY HAVE A RIGHT TO PRIVACY?
Lead : The candid dioplomatic information reverled by Wikileaks is embarassing, but it could also cause real harm, says Malcolm Rifkind


P23 Leading article (not shown)
Headline : Confronting the snake
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タイムス2010年11月30日

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Headline : 'Cocky' Prince attacked British fraud inquiry
Lead : Wikileaks reveals Andrew's unguarded comments

Headline2 : Clinton apologises to the world : the Wikileaks files
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Headline : Public Diplomacy
Lead : The exposure of secret cables exposes intelligence failings and damages American interest. But the global problems that concern the UK are real and pressing


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Headline : Misfit soldier driven by rage to front line of 'hacktivism'
Lead : The suspect held over leaks had a troubled childhood.

Headline2 : 'I don't mind going to jail for life'


P23 OPINION
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Headline: To < ctrl > Wikileaks will mean more < del >
Lead : Enjoy this stash of secrets while you can : diplomats are unlikely to leave their electronic tracks uncovered in future
Ben Macintyre

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インディペンデント2010年11月30日

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Headline : Now we know.
America really doesn't care about injustice in the Middle East.
Robert Fisk on what we've learn from Wikileaks
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VIEWSPAPER (spplement)
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P1 Leading article
Headline : Careless talk and the law of unintended consequences

P2 Opinon & Debate
Headline : Gossip is gold dust for diplomats
Dominic Lawson

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日刊 WL 002 (ガーディアン2010年11月30日)

P1 US embassy cables
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Article1
Headline : China 'ready to abandon North Korea'
Bullet pouns1 : filed reveal impatience with Kim
Bullet pouns2 : Official says ally is 'spoiled child'
Bullet pouns3 : Clinton : leak attacks whole world
(continued on page5)

Article2
Headline : Corrupt French, noisy journalists, idiotic bribery investigators
The world according to Andrew
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Bottom articles
Headline : What they said...
Hillary Clinton US secretary of state
Binyamin Netanyahu Israeli prime minister
Mahmoud Ahmadnejad Iranian president
Sergei Lavrov Russian foreign minister


P2-3 US embassy cables / Royal family
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(based on the cable number 175722)


P4-5 US embassy cables / Korea
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(based on the cable number 249870 and 243031)



P6 US embassy cables / Reaction
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P9 US embassy cables / Middle East
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P20-21 (centre) US embassy cables
How the world told it
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P33-35 Comment & Debate
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Headline: Leaks happen. But on this industrial scale, whose interests are served?
Jonathan Powell

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Headline : Beijing's lost patience leaves Pyongyang with little to lose
Isabel Hilton

Headline : Tarnishing of Tehran
Abbas Edalat

Headline : The revolution has begun - and it will be digitised
Heather Brooke

Cartoon
Steve Bell


P36 Leading article
US embassy cables Hanging North Korea out to dry

P37 Reply Letters and emails
WikiLeaks restores trust in journalism

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2010年11月29日

日刊 WL 001 (ガーディアン2010年11月29日)

P1 The US embassy cables
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Headline : 250.000 leaked files that lay bare US view of world
subhead1 : Washington engulfed by global diplomatic crisis
subhead2 : Dispatches revel US officials told to spy on UN
picture : A cable subject :REPORTING AND COLLECTION NEEDS : THE UNITED NATIONS
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Headline : Saudi king told US : you must bomb Iran
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[WEB]
US embassy cables leak sparks global diplomatic crisis
• More than 250,000 dispatches reveal US foreign strategies
• Diplomats ordered to spy on allies as well as enemies
• Saudi king urged Washington to bomb Iran

David Leigh
guardian.co.uk, Sunday 28 November 2010 18.13 GMT


P2-3 The US embassy cables / The leak
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P4-5 The US embassy cables / The spying game
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Headline : STATE 80163 : memo that orders US diplomats to spy on the UN
Lead : Secret directive sought key information on Ban Ki-moon aides in apparent violation of oeganisation's charter
(based on the cable number 219058)


P6-7 The US embassy cables / Watching Iran
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(based on the cable number 150519)


P8-9 The US embassy cables / Iran and the bomb
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(based on the cable number 248624)


P10 The US embassy cables / The historical view
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Iranian revolution
South Africa
Meeting Thatcer
Osama bin Laden
1985 race riot


P34 COMMENT (left)
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Headline : The job of the media is not to protect the powerful from embarrassment
Simon Jenkins

Headline : A banquet of secrets
Timothy Garton Ash

P36 LEADING ARTICLE (right)

Headline : WikiLeaks Open secret
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