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New dawn in Egypt

Thousands of Egyptians were still singing and waving flags as dawn broke over a nation reborn today, after a popular uprising forced president Hosni Mubarak from power. The streets and squares of downtown Cairo were still in the hands of the mostly young demonstrators whose determined 18-day revolt overturned 30 years of autocratic rule and triggered an outpouring of national solidarity.


WikiLeaks defector leaks Assange secrets

Controversial Wikileaks founder Julian Assange allegedly boasted about fathering children all around the world and preferred his conquests to be 22 or under, according to an explosive new book. Former Wikileaks insider Daniel Domscheit-Berg describes Assange as a paranoid megalomaniac whose lack of personal hygiene and table manners suggest he was 'brought up by wolves'.

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