White House trying to contain damage from docs on Wikileaks

Youngman, Sam; Tiron, Roxana
July 2010
Hill;7/27/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 88, p1
The article reports on the attempt of the White House to contain damage resulting from 92,000 documents posted on the website www.Wikileaks.org revealing that the U.S. effort toward the Afghanistan war is a failure.


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