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Minister: Iceland refused FBI aid over WikiLeaks

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LONDON (AP) -- Iceland's interior minister says he ordered the country's national police not to cooperate with FBI agents sent to investigate secret-busting site WikiLeaks and that it escalated into a diplomatic spat. Ogmundur Jonasson told The Associated Press that the FBI agents were sent to the country to interview an unidentified WikiLeaks associate in August of 2011. Jonasson's comments...

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