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Thread: WikiLeaks promises ‘major announcement’ Saturday in Europe

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    WikiLeaks promises ‘major announcement’ Saturday in Europe

    Friday, October 22, 2010

    LONDON – The WikiLeaks website has promised a “major announcement” in Europe on Saturday, in a message on its Twitter feed, amid speculation it will release thousands of secret documents about the Iraq war.

    “Major WikiLeaks announcement in Europe at 10am tomorrow,” said the message posted Friday, appearing to confirm the site is preparing to leak what the U.S. military and NATO fear will be tens of thousands of classified military papers.

    NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen warned Friday that the lives of soldiers and civilians could be endangered if WikiLeaks released confidential documents.

    “Such leaks are very unfortunate and may have very negative security implications for people concerned,” Rasmussen said at a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.

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    Wikileaks: Secret Iraq War Death Toll Set at 285,000

    ABC News
    Friday, October 22, 2010

    In what is being described as the largest release of secret U.S. military documents ever, whistle-blowing web site WikiLeaks has released a trove of classified reports about the war in Iraq, including a secret U.S. government tally that put the Iraqi death toll at 285,000, according to news sources that received advanced copies of the documents.

    The documents include evidence of state sanctioned torture by the Iraqi government, new evidence of Iraqi government death squads, and Iran’s involvement in funneling arms to Shiite militias, according to Arab news channel Al Jazeera, which has been able to review the documents before their release.

    Al Jazeera has reviewed the 400,000 documents that are being released. WikiLeaks says it will hold a press conference Saturday morning in Europe. WikiLeaks‘ Web site is currently down, for what it calls “scheduled maintenance,” and ABC News has not viewed the documents firsthand.

    Among the highlights initially released by al Jazeera are claims that the death toll reached 185,000, and that 63 percent of them were civilians. The U.S. military has long maintained that it does not keep an official death toll.

    The Arabic news outlet also claims the documents state that 681 Iraqi civilians were killed at U.S. checkpoints, 180,000 Iraqis were arrested during the war, and that 15,000 Iraqis were buried without being identified.

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