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Today, Friday 25th November, WikiLeaks releases The Yemen Files.
The Yemen Files are a collection of over 500 documents from the United States embassy in Sana'a, Yemen. Comprising of over 200 emails and 300 PDFs, the collection details official documents and correspondence pertaining to the Office for Military Cooperation (OMC) located at the US embassy. The collection spans the period from 2009 until just before the war in Yemen broke out in earnest during March 2015. This time covers both Hillary Clinton's term as Secretary of State (2009-2013) and the first two years of Secretary John Kerry.
originally posted by: lernmore
a reply to: khnum
That guy wasn't asking, he was trying to plant the idea it has been compromised, so you wont go check it out.
Some people don't want you looking at that stuff.
originally posted by: Vechthaan
This all couldve gone away on day 1 if Wikileaks just coorporated by posting proof of life. They fact they claim they "can't" says it all.
they don't provide a link to the raw emails this time. Further more, some of them seem incomplete, like this one ending with a partial word: https://__._/yemen-files/email/70/
This one too: https://__._/yemen-files/email/18/
This too: https://__._/yemen-files/email/168/
Looks like someone f**ked up and truncated the email bodies.