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World Events of 2010

It was a year of earthquakes and volcanoes, floods and toxic spills, but 2010 also saw thwarted terrorist attacks and the joyous release of 33 miners in Chile from the Earth's rocky depths.

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It was a year of earthquakes and volcanoes, floods and toxic spills, but 2010 also saw thwarted terrorist attacks and the joyous release of 33 miners in Chile from the Earth's rocky depths.

WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange was freed from jail Tuesday on $310,000 bail and under strict security rules set down by a British court. Prosecution lawyer Gemma Lindfield announced prosecutors would appeal the decision to grant bail, but didn't give…

DetectFlashDecision_Blog('news01s460aqff1', '5-SmC7fH78M', '29'); A group of hackers from around the globe has launched coordinated attacks in support of WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange. The attacks have targeted organizations, such as MasterCard, and individuals, including a Swedish…

WikiLeaks' supporters are striking back at those hampering the controversial site. According to the New York Times: Targets included Mastercard.com, which stopped processing donations for WikiLeaks; Amazon.com, which revoked server space from the group; the online payment service…

The cat-and-mouse game between WikiLeaks and its detractors continues. The site found itself without a domain name after its registrar, EveryDNS shut down WikiLeaks.org Thursday night, saying attacks on the site were threatening other customers. More…

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