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July 2013
Sahara Time;7/20/2013, Vol. 11 Issue 529, p35
The article provides information on three persons who leaked secret information of the U.S. government agencies though the online source WikiLeaks including Julian Assange, Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden. It informs that information related to Afghan War or the 2007 Iraq War between April and November 2010 is disclosed by the Manning who was posted to Baghdad in Iraq five years ago during the U.S. attack on Iraq.


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