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UK provides funds for Helmand airport runway -- War Log Explorer. Wikileaks Afghan War Diary, 2004-2010 - Google Fusion Tables. Search -- Afghan War Diaries explorer. Search -- Afghan War Diaries explorer. UNAMA Engagement (MOD) -- Afghan War Diaries explorer. Central region meeting, KWD. 091200ZJUN07 CJ3 JEC (SBU) UKRAINE/AFGHANISTAN: Potential Donations/Provision of Military Equipment Discussed: (Source: AMEMBASSY KYIV 01426, 8 Jun 07) -- Afghan War Diaries explorer. RC-East meetings. CJTF-82 Operations, KWD. 061200Z Mar 07 ANA Corps Commanders Conference (MOD) -- Afghan War Diaries explorer. Baseline Perceptions of the Afghan People(mod) -- Afghan War Diaries explorer. Taliban Study WikiLeaks to Hunt Informants. Updated | 12:36 p.m.

A spokesman for the Taliban told Britain’s Channel 4 News on Thursday that the insurgent group is scouring classified American military documents posted online by the group WikiLeaks for information to help them find and “punish” Afghan informers. Speaking by telephone from an undisclosed location, Zabihullah Mujahid, who frequently contacts news organizations, including The Times on behalf of the Taliban, said, “We are studying the report.”

He added: We knew about the spies and people who collaborate with U.S. forces. We will investigate through our own secret service whether the people mentioned are really spies working for the U.S. Channel 4 News also reported that the spokesman said that the Taliban “had come to know of the leaked secret documents through media reports.” As my colleagues Eric Schmitt and Charlie Savage reported on Wednesday: Mr. In a response read to CNN, Mr. In the New Yorker podcast, Mr. In an interview with NBC News on Wednesday, Mr. Diary Dig -- Afghan War Diaries explorer. Wikileaks Afghanistan Data. This happens to be one of those rare instances where the benefit of hindsight does not make me regret something said flippantly on a panel.

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Sensor data Strength of team. Facing Afghan mistrust, al-Qaeda fighters take limited role in insurgency. On Aug. 14, a U.S. airstrike in the northern Afghan province of Kunduz killed a Taliban commander known as Abu Baqir. In a country where insurgents are killed daily, this attack was notable for one unusual detail: Abu Baqir, the military said afterward, was also a member of al-Qaeda.

Although U.S. officials have often said that al-Qaeda is a marginal player on the Afghan battlefield, an analysis of 76,000 classified U.S. military reports posted by the Web site WikiLeaks underscores the extent to which Osama bin Laden and his network have become an afterthought in the war. The reports, which cover the escalation of the insurgency between 2004 and the end of 2009, mention al-Qaeda only a few dozen times and even then just in passing.

Most are vague references to people with unspecified al-Qaeda contacts or sympathies, or as shorthand for an amorphous ideological enemy. Bin Laden, thought to be hiding across the border in Pakistan, is scarcely mentioned in the reports. Change in strategy. Afghan War Diary. Pologne • Les ratés de WikiLeaks.

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Iran supplies poison to be slipped into tea of Afghan government officials, according to US report | World news. Secstate Washington DC, KWD. Afghan War Diary, 2004-2010 WikiLeaks page. From WikiLeaks Unless otherwise specified, the document described here: Was first publicly revealed by WikiLeaks working with our source.Was classified, confidential, censored or otherwise withheld from the public before release.Is of political, diplomatic, ethical or historical significance. Any questions about this document's veracity are noted. The summary is approved by the editorial board. See here for a detailed explanation of the information on this page. If you have similar or updated material, see our submission instructions. Release date July 25, 2010 Flattr article 25th July 2010 5:00 PM EST WikiLeaks has released a document set called the Afghan War Diary, an extraordinary compendium of over 91,000 reports covering the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2010.

The document collection is available on a dedicated webpage. The reports cover most units from the US Army with the exception of most US Special Forces' activities. To decompress the files you will need the program 7zip. Context. War_diary - Dataface Application. Diary Dig -- Afghan War Diaries explorer. Kabul War Diary, database index. Excerpts: Leaked US Afghan war records. 26 July 2010Last updated at 15:29 Leaked US military records on the war in Afghanistan, which were posted on the Wikileaks website as the Afghan War Diary, are a classified - and previously unreported - daily rundown of incidents of violence and criminality in Afghanistan.

The documents offer a snapshot of the grim reality of conditions on the ground in Afghanistan and the challenges facing troops operating there. Here is a selection: 3 May 2004, bodyguards gunned down: "As many as 15 bodyguards assigned to protect Zabol Province Governor Mohammad Hosayni Khial were killed in an ambush in Shajoy. Governor Khial, who was travelling in a separate vehicle ahead of his bodyguards, was not involved in the attack. In addition to killing the bodyguards, the attacker managed to steal vehicle. " 2 June 2004, aid workers killed: "Insurgents ambushed the car of an aid worker organisation in Badghis Province, killing all five occupants. Afghanistan: The war logs | World news. Afghanevents1, excel file provided by the Guardian. Taliban sympathisers listening in to top-secret phone calls of US-led coalition | World news.

VULNERABILITY OF CIVILIAN MOBILE PHONESOrganization(s) Involved: AGAKHAN DEVELOPMENT NETWORK,HEZB E ISLAMI GULBUDDIN,ROSHAN,TALIBAN,TELECOM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY AFGHANISTAN25 AUG 2007, CJ2 JIC ISAF HQ, NATO SECRE REL ISAF CJ2 JICHeadquarters International Security Assistance ForceKABUL, AFGHANISTANe-mail: ISAF HQ CJ2 PROD MANAGER NS IVSN: 686-2906 REF: A) UK Mirror Article - Taliban tapping British troops Mobiles to taunt soldier's families (22 August 2007) (U)B) IFC - Afghanistan: Possible Threat to ISAF Communications (18 May 2007) (NSI)C) IFC - Afghanistan: Taliban, Hezb-e Islami Gulbuddin (HIG), and Insurgent Technical Capabilities (29 January 2007) (NS)D) National Security Agency - Afghanistan Threat Assessment (15 August 2007) (U/FOUO)E) SHAPE - Possible Dangers in Using Mobile Communication Devices within the ISAF AOR (29 June 2007) (NSI)F) SHAPE NCSA - Communications Security Monitoring Vulnerability Assessment (02 April 2007) (NRI)

Polish attack on village kills five, wounds several, including pregnant woman at wedding party | World news. These are the facts as I know them. All of this is subject to change. The morning of the incident, around 1030L, the RCP hit an IED near the village. A patrol from C Coy responded and hit asecond IED. They identified 4x ACM responsible for the IEDs andcaptured two and thetwo others escaped.Theycollected a lot of SIGINTindicating that the individuals were still around.

They were searching for the remaining individuals when around 1600L, 4x ACM were seen moving vicinity of the village. It is not clear if they were hiding in the village or just passing through. This information is still to sketchy to assess a cause for the inaccurate rounds. Current Casualty list:6x KIA (1x male, 4 female, one baby)3x WIA (all female, one of which was 9 months pregnant) All of the casualties were from the Jalal Zaid Tribe, but not all were from the village, because some were from out of town for the wedding.

Tomorrow at 0830L, there will be a Shura at the Waza Khwa DC. How this was released. Julian Assange on the Afghanistan war logs: 'They show the true nature of this war' Link to video: Julian Assange on the Afghanistan war logs: 'They show the true nature of this war' US authorities have known for weeks that they have suffered a haemorrhage of secret information on a scale which makes even the leaking of the Pentagon Papers during the Vietnam war look limited by comparison. The Afghan war logs, from which the Guardian reports today, consist of 92,201 internal records of actions by the US military in Afghanistan between January 2004 and December 2009 – threat reports from intelligence agencies, plans and accounts of coalition operations, descriptions of enemy attacks and roadside bombs, records of meetings with local politicians, most of them classified secret.

The Guardian's source for these is Wikileaks, the website which specialises in publishing untraceable material from whistleblowers, which is simultaneously publishing raw material from the logs. Pakistani intelligence agency alleged to be deploying children as suicide bombers | World news. War Logs: la plus grande fuite de renseignements de l’histoire de la guerre » Article » OWNI, Digital Journalism. Cet article sera mis-à-jour tout au long de la journée, en fonction de l'évolution des informations et de notre travail de crowdsourcing. [Dernière MAJ : 27/08 21h50] Cet article sera mis-à-jour tout au long de la journée, en fonction de l’évolution des informations et de notre travail de crowdsourcing.

Ce que nous sommes en train de faire :Récupérer les données impliquant les forces armées françaisesMettre en place un outil permettant d’annoter et d’exploiter ces dernièresRéalisation de visualisations et de cartes mettant en scène ces données Vous voulez contribuer à cette enquête, notamment sur les documents impliquant la France ? Après la divulgation il y a quelques mois d’une vidéo dévoilant une bavure américaine en Irak, le site Wikileaks avait déclaré détenir des informations sensibles sur la guerre en Afghanistan. C’est hier en fin de soirée, que le site d’information a mis au jour la plus grande fuite de toute l’histoire de la guerre et du renseignement. Bavures Et pour cause ! WarLogs: des vidéos pour comprendre » Article » OWNI, Digital Journalism.

L'excellent travail du Guardian dans le traitement des données sur la guerre en Afghanistan publiées par Wikileaks est documenté par des vidéos. Nous les présentons dans cet article. Le Guardian est à la pointe de la couverture des évènements liés à la plus grosse fuite de l’histoire de la guerre. Le journal anglais met régulièrement en ligne de nouvelles vidéos, que nous vous présentons ici. Julian Assange: “Si le journalisme est bon, par nature, il est controversé” Dans cette vidéo mise en ligne par le Guardian, le fondateur de Wikileaks explique pourquoi il a mis en ligne ces informations sensibles. “Si le journalisme est bon, par nature, il est controversé” affirme-t-il d’emblée.

Wikileaks se bat pour la transparence depuis ses débuts, et c’est dans cette optique qu’on été divulgués ces “war logs”, qui dévoilent “la vraie nature de cette guerre”. Quid de ceux qui dénoncent, à l’instar de la Maison Blanche, une mise en danger des troupes américaines ? Comment lire les documents ? War Logs : cette guerre est aussi votre guerre, contribuez ! Le dessous des opérations en Afghanistan révélé par Wikileaks. La peine de 52 ans de prison que risque l’analyste militaire américain Bradley Manning pour avoir envoyé au site WikiLeaks une vidéo confidentielle concernant les circonstances de la mort d’employés de l’agence de presse Reuters en Irak, en juillet 2007, ne semble pas avoir eu d’effet dissuasif.

En effet, WikiLeaks, spécialisé dans la divulgation de documents confidentiels, a une nouvelle fois créé l’événement en mettant en ligne 91.731 rapports de l’armée américaine portant sur les opérations en Afghanistan. Dans les grandes lignes, ces documents confidentiels, rédigés sans fioritures, confirment certains éléments ou apportent un éclairage nouveau. 1- Les services secrets pakistanais (ISI) soutiennent le mouvement taleb afghan Officiellement, le Pakistan est au côté des Etats-Unis pour lutter contre les réseaux terroristes. Certes, le Pakistan permet aux drones de la CIA de mener des raids depuis son territoire contre des responsables terroristes ou appartenant à la mouvance des taliban. Quelques documents révélés par WikiLeaks concernent l’armée française. Parmi la somme importante de documents confidentiels au sujet des opérations militaires en Afghanistan mis en ligne par le site WikiLeaks, un certain nombre d’entre eux concernent le contingent français.

Ainsi, l’embuscade de la vallée d’Uzbin du 18 août 2008, au cours de laquelle 10 militaires français ont été tués, est évoquée au moins à deux reprises. Le premier rapport (voir photo) au sujet de cette affaire est partiel. Il sera complété par la suite par un second compte-rendu. Ces documents n’ajoutent rien au récit des combats qui avaient alors été faits par le général Puga, alors directeur du renseignement militaire à l’époque. Cependant, le dernier rapport concernant l’embuscade d’Uzbin fait état de 3 insurgés tués et de 4 autres blessés. Vraisemblablement, il ne se base que sur les constatations faites sur le terrain. « L’adversaire a été détruit. Celui qui aurait pu être le plus grave s’est passé le 2 octobre 2008. The War Logs - Interactive Feature. Text From a Selection of the Secret Dispatches - Interactive Feature.

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