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Afghan War Documents Leaked by WikiLeaks.org

Written By RINOABROOD on Monday, July 26, 2010 | 7/26/2010

WikiLeaks.org is again on the spotlight as it leaks thousand of confidential and unreleased war documents and made it available online. The website says that 90,000 United States military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January of this year are now available online.

The war in Afghanistan is one of the aftermath of the September 11 or 9/11 attacks on the United States whose video coverage we provided earlier.

WikiLeaks.org found Julian Assange says that the documents came from first hand accounts of the military's own raw data. The WikiLeaks uploaded documents contains numbers killed, casualties, threat reports and other similar evidences.

"It is the total history of the Afghan war from 2004 to 2010, with some important exceptions -- U.S. Special Forces, CIA activity and most of the activity of other non-U.S. groups," Assange said.

CNN who had direct contact with the New York Times airs this special report on the WikiLeaks.org Afghan documents released last Sunday.



For the complete list of the documents on the Afghan War as compiled by WikiLeaks.org you can click HERE.

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