Wikileaks Public date: 10.08.2017 19:48:51

Publisher: ABC News

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28 Jan 2011

White House Downplays Contents but Warns of Harm to Troops

The White House and its international partners today sharply condemned a whistle-blower website's publication of more than 90,000 top-secret U.S. military records on Afghanistan and braced for the release of as many as 15,000 more, as the leak reverberated around the world.
The White House and its international partners today sharply condemned a whistle-blower website's publication of more...

Publisher: NYTimes

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9 Dec 2010

Karzai’s Response to Cables Relieves U.S.

A cache of leaked American diplomatic cables quoted Lt. Gen. Karl W. Eikenberry, the United States ambassador to Afghanistan, describing President Hamid Karzai s inability to grasp the most rudimentary principles of state-building.
A cache of leaked American diplomatic cables quoted Lt. Gen. Karl W. Eikenberry, the United States ambassador to...

Publisher: NY Times

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3 Dec 2010

Afghan Corruption Undercuts U.S.

From hundreds of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan emerges as a looking-glass land where bribery, extortion and embezzlement are the norm and the honest man is a distinct outlier. Describing the likely lineup of Afghanistan s new cabinet last January, the American Embassy noted that the agriculture minister, Asif Rahimi, appears to be the only minister that was confirmed about whom no allegations of bribery exist.
From hundreds of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan emerges as a looking-glass land where bribery, extortion and...

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