A WikiLeaks cable from the U.S. Embassy in Oslo dated 8/1/2008 says that the CEO of StatoilHydro would not pursue new Iranian projects.
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Im badly out of step with my media brethren, since I find the fate of WikiLeaks and its besieged founder, Julian Assange, a truly compelling story. Other media don't agree. The pressure on Assange, who has sought sanctuary in the Ecuadorean embassy in London, is fringe stuff, a quirky faceoff involving a spectral, white-haired weirdo whom journalists disdain who spilled secrets that annoyed officialdom and that U.S. media mostly ignored anyway. » read more
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