A careful reading of the WikiLeaks trove of State Department cables—which is laying bare some 250,000 secret dispatches detailing private conversations, assessments and dealmaking of U.S. diplomats—reveals a notable if perhaps surprising pattern: how often they get things wrong....
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Hamas threatens to aim further attacks at Israel’s airport
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Islamic State says it beheaded U.S. journalist
State Dept. designates Gaza-based council a terrorist group
Islamic State vows to ‘break the American cross’
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The secret documents released by WikiLeaks will not negatively affect Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Israeli leaders can feel comfortable with what was revealed in the first batch of documents made public Sunday, Netanyahu said, because there is very little...
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