WikiLeaks – Massive 1979 US Foreign Affairs Doc Dump

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November 29, 2016 > SilentCircle  > From sputniknews.com

WikiLeaks released on Monday more than 500,000 US diplomatic cables starting from 1979, a year called resonant for the world politics by the whistleblowing organization’s founder Julian Assange.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) —Assange promised reveals on the Iranian revolution, siege of Mecca, the coups in the South America, nuclear weapons in Europe, Strategic Arms Limitations Treaty II and a number of other historical events. “Today, 28th November 2016, marking the six year anniversary of “Cablegate”, WikiLeaks expands its Public Library of US Diplomacy (PLUSD) with over half a million (531,525) diplomatic cables from 1979,’ Assange said in a press release. The release was timed to the anniversary of the so-called Cablegate, the mass release of US diplomatic cables launched by Wikileaks on November 10, 2010. While a number of newspapers, including The Guardian, initially published the redacted versions of the cables, they later condemned the WIkiLeaks’ decision to publish the unredacted cables.

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