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WikiLeaks resumes exposing truth of Iraq war again


New York, Oct 23: Despite of US warning, whistle-blower, WikiLeaks on Oct 22 published nearly 40,0000 secret documents by calling it as "largest classified military leak in history," which exposed more information about the Iraq war from 2004.

The newly released documents detail 109,032 deaths in Iraq, encompassing 66,081 civilians, 23,984 insurgents, 15,196 Iraqi government forces and 3,771 coalition forces.

According The New York Times report, the documents also showed a new picture of how many Iraqi civilians were killed.

The media report also claimed that the documents also opened a new window on the role that Iran played in supporting Iraqi militants and give many accounts of abuse by Iraqi army and police.

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