Pentagon prepares for WikiLeaks’ Iraq release

By Andy Rice 18 October 2010

WikiLeaks is expected to release more than 500,000 documents pertaining to the Iraq war later this month; the Pentagon has responded by setting up a 120-person team to review said documents. While the number of documents to be released dwarfs the 70,000 documents about Afghanistan that were released in July, the information that they contain is rumoured to be less sensitive. Read more: Reuters


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