Major media around the world have released reports and analysis based on access to 400,000 US military documents released through WikiLeaks covering the Iraq War, revealing massive cover-ups of torture, thousands of previously unreported civilian deaths, and more.
See twitter.com/wikileaks for the latest. To view the leaked documents directly: warlogs.wikileaks.org. See below for breaking coverage.
In the biggest leak of official files in history nearly 400,000 military logs from the Iraq war reveal the massive scale of civilian deaths, new torture allegations and a surge in US Hellfire attacks.
Massive leak of military logs exposes serial abuse of detainees, 15,000 previously unknown deaths and full toll of Iraq's five years of carnage
- Apache killed insurgents who tried to surrender
- Secret order that let US ignore abuse
- About the latest war logs leak
- Full coverage of the Iraq war logs
- Datablog: every death mapped
- Archive Offers Grim Portrait Of Civilian Deaths
- Detainees Suffered Most In Iraqi Custody, U.S. Logs Say
Bureau of Investigative Journalism: iraqwarlogs.com
- Secret Files Reveal That 103 Civilians Murdered Every Day In The Continuing Bloodbath of December 2006
- Obama Administration Handed Over Detainees Despite Reports Of Torture
- U.S. Apache Guns Down Surrendering Insurgents
- U.S. Troops Ordered Not To Investigate Iraqi Torture
- Allegations Of U.S. Prisoner Abuse By U.S. Troops AFTER Abu Graib
The Pentagon is trying stay aloof from allegations US soldiers were ordered to turn a blind eye to torture and instead is concentrating on condemning the leak.
CNN: Wikileak founder speaks