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  • Israel's 'Collateral' War yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Israel\'s \'Collateral\' War '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: Is this really \'war\ 'on Hizbollah?

    Israel's 'Collateral' War

  • Collateral damage in the name of revenge is unacceptable bigstarlet Muse United States Of Eurasia [+Collateral Damage]

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  • WikiLeaks later hinted that year that it planned to release the video, but instead released another video in April 2010 under the title "Collateral Murder."

    Wired Top Stories

  • If he had been in the position of Army private Bradley Manning and seen what Manning had seen, Lamo says, he too would have sent WikiLeaks the video that the group would later release under the name "Collateral Murder."

    Forbes.com: News

  • Assange had asserted that his organization spent three months decrypting the U.S. Army video that the site published in April 2010 under the title "Collateral Murder," but Domscheit-Berg said that WikiLeaks had always possessed the password to the video file.

    Wired Top Stories

  • They noted that a video that surfaced on Wikileaks under the name "Collateral Murder" and appears to show an Apache attack helicopter firing on unarmed journalists in Iraq, was one justification for the search, but it was in fact unclassified.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • And you have edited this tape, and you have given it a title called Collateral Murder.

    Greg Mitchell: One Year Ago Tonight: Stephen Colbert vs. Julian Assange

  • Director Michael Mann, known for films like Heat, Ali, and Collateral, is a very visceral filmmaker.

    Producer Kevin Misher on Michael Mann's Public Enemies « FirstShowing.net

  • Collateral is another that I absolutely love and unlike Heat, the style that Michael Mann employs serves the story rather than detract from it.

    AFI’s Ten Top Tens: Gangster | Heretical Ideas Magazine

  • The story that was most popular in "Collateral Damage" was Eileen Lui's "Chewing Gum Boy" which packs quite a punch, for e.g. (won't give the ending away!).

    That Tightrope

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