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So many people (and companies) have now been unfairly libeled by the wikileaks troll machine, we are being advised not to comment,” an unsigned email from the company to a Mc Clatchy reporter said Thursday morning. Under Todd Hammond’s name, the report alleged that Assange’s Swedish lawyer had reached out in June to offer Assange’s services on a campaign against rape in exchange for an undisclosed amount of bitcoin. Then came the bombshell: It said the company had ended ties with Assange following “pedophile crimes” he had committed in the Bahamas in late September.

But the attention grabber is the Houston-based company’s target: Julian Assange, the founder of Wiki Leaks, whose steady dumps of leaked emails from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign have given supporters of Donald Trump the only cheering news of the last few weeks.

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And, as if wedded bliss were not its own reward, authorities will offer cash or gifts to couples who tie the knot.

"Our goal is to first help people meet each other and then support them as they get married and raise children," says Akemi Iwakabe, deputy director of Fukui's Children & Families division.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has allocated an additional 3 billion yen (£17.7 million) in this fiscal year’s budget for birthrate-boosting programmes as part of a strategy to reverse the nation’s shrinking population.

As a result, local authorities are now able to apply for central government grants of up to 40 million yen (£237,000) for projects relating to supporting marriage and boosting birth rates, according to Bloomberg.

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That remains a mystery of the kind that might take a Wiki Leaks-style document dump to suss out. request, Wiki Leaks says] The online company paints itself as all-American.

And, as if wedded bliss were not its own reward, authorities will offer cash or gifts to couples who tie the knot.

"Our goal is to first help people meet each other and then support them as they get married and raise children," says Akemi Iwakabe, deputy director of Fukui's Children & Families division.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has allocated an additional 3 billion yen (£17.7 million) in this fiscal year’s budget for birthrate-boosting programmes as part of a strategy to reverse the nation’s shrinking population.

As a result, local authorities are now able to apply for central government grants of up to 40 million yen (£237,000) for projects relating to supporting marriage and boosting birth rates, according to Bloomberg.

For an online dating site, seems really good at cloak-and-dagger stuff. And they’ve done it at a time when Wiki Leaks has become a routine target of Democratic politicians who portray Assange as a stooge of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his reported efforts to disrupt the U. The second part sought to entangle him in a plan to receive $1 million from the Russian government.

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