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U.S. denies asking other nations to attack Wikileaks

U.S. denies asking other nations to attack Wikileaks By Declan McCullagh 12 Aug 2010 The U.S. State Department has denied asking other countries to open criminal investigations into Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange. "We have not approached any country to encourage them to do anything," Philip Crowley, assistant secretary of state, told CNET. The main Wikileaks.org Web site is located in Sweden. Crowley acknowledged that U.S. officials have "had conversations with a variety of countries" about Wikileaks, but said those discussions were limited to expressing "concerns that we've had."