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• The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has begun publishing what it claims are more than two million emails involving the Assad regime's inner circle from August 2006 to March 2012 (see 12.18pm).
• President Bashar al-Assad has accused foreign governments of financing the uprising against him by paying people to protest.
• The UN's suspended supervision mission in Syria is to be restructured to focus on fewer areas, General Robert Mood, the head of the mission, has announced (see 10.09am).
• Switzerland has frozen arms exports to the UAE after grenades sold to the Gulf state
Iran seeking to build long-range missile, warns David Cameron
Prime minister says Iran is planning inter-continental weaponry, but urges Israel to give sanctions more time
The hunt for weapons of mass destruction yields - nothing
Intelligence claims of huge Iraqi stockpiles were wrong, says report
Global warming is now a weapon of mass destruction
It kills more people than terrorism, yet Blair and Bush do nothing
Defector admits to WMD lies that triggered Iraq war
• Man codenamed Curveball 'invented' tales of bioweapons
• Iraqi told lies to try to bring down Saddam Hussein regime
• Fabrications used by US as justification for invasion
Originally posted by Scope and a Beam
reply to post by mkgandhas
I disagree that it has lost all its credibility over that. Compared to The Daily Mail or The Sun they're saints.
reply to post by Scope and a Beam
Are you kidding? The Guardian is a broadsheet not a tabloid, they're like the opposite of a tabloid and have a very good reputation actually. You're probably thinking of The Sun.