WikiLeaks reports on Afghanistan: Do they hurt US national security?
The website WikiLeaks has posted thousands of secret government documents about the war in Afghanistan. Three news outlets – The New York Times, British newspaper The Guardian, and German magazine Der Spiegel – were given special access to the documents and published articles about their findings yesterday.Skip to next paragraph
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The contents of the massive disclosure suggest the war effort has been going more poorly than official Washington has let on.
The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has defended posting the classified information, saying it "will shape a new understanding of the war."
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