WikiLeaks publishes 70,000 government documents Saudi Arabia




Whistleblower site WikiLeaks has begun releasing tens of thousands of documents obtained from Saudi Arabia. The documents describe communication between diplomats of Saudi Arabia and other countries, but also internal affairs.

There are a total of 70,000 confidential documents available, most of which now are already online. According to WikiLeaks goes to the first release and there will be more later documents. Most of the uploaded material is written in Arabic and comes from the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Hackers come from Yemen would be responsible for the theft of the documents.

Although there are many internal issues discussed in the communication between diplomats, there are also lots of treatises with foreign countries, including with the Americans. There could passport details of US officials and diplomats, including Hillary Clinton, to find, so reports BuzzFeed. More details on the contents of the documents released is probably known in the coming days to weeks.

Wikileaks garnered much publicity a few years ago when the US government documents published . Fearing a possible extradition fled WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in the UK. He is since this week for three years.



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