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Wikileaks publishes 400.000 classified documents from the U.S.
on Wired.com | Danger Room & Threat Level blogs
WikiLeaks released almost 400,000 classified military documents on Friday, working with media outlets across the world for the reporting and analysis of the material WikiLeaks expanded its media collaborations for the release of the Iraq War Logs in order to maximise the exposure of the documents' contents for the sources behind the leaks.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange The latest cache of WikiLeaks documents—391,832 * of them, leaked from the Pentagon's secret archives on the Iraq war—are now up, in summarized form, on the Web sites of the New York Times , Britain's Guardian , Le Monde , and Der Spiegel . Judging from the excerpts and analyses in the English-language papers, the documents contain a few new and interesting things, some of which may not please the war critics who tend to be among WikiLeaks' biggest fans.
By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 15:24 GMT, 23 October 2010 Lawyer: 'The tank stopped and he blew her away' Call for full inquiry into civilian deaths in Iraq Largest ever leak of classified documents Claims U.S. did not investigate torture by Iraqi police Detainees 'were whipped with metal hoses and chains' Hillary Clinton warns leak will put soldiers' lives at risk A British rifleman shot dead an eight-year-old Iraqi girl as she played in the streets, it was claimed today.
The newly released documents from WikiLeaks reveal massive falsehoods, cover-up and abuse in Iraq.
Le 22 octobre, WikiLeaks, site spécialisé dans la publication de documents confidentiels, a divulgué 391 832 documents classifiés de l'armée américaine sur la guerre en Irak, soit la plus grande fuite d'information jamais subie par le Pentagone.
This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. JUAN GONZALEZ : The whistleblowing group WikiLeaks plans to release the largest cache of classified US documents in history tomorrow.