Wikileaks in summary


• The 251,287 leaked cables cover from December 28, 1966 to February 28 2010 and originate from 274 US embassies, consulates and diplomatic missions.

• 15,652 are classified secret.

• 101,748 are confidential.

• 133,887 are unclassified.

• Iraq was the most discussed country, named in 15,365 cables.

• There are 8017 cables from the office of the US secretary of state Hillary Clinton.

• According to the US State Departments labelling system, the most frequent subjects discussed are: External political relations — 145,451; internal government affairs — 122,896; human rights — 55,211; economic conditions — 49,044; terrorists and terrorism — 28,801;, the UN security council — 6,532.

See also:
National rallies to defend Wikileaks
John Pilger backs Wikileaks protests
Wikileaks cables at a glance
Wikileaks in summary
Editorial: We have the right to know
Hugo Chavez praises Wikileaks, calls US a ‘failed state’
Bolivia sets up Wikileaks ‘mirror’ site
Petition: Defend Wikileaks
Socialist Alliance statement: Defend Wikileaks, break the US-Aus. alliance
John Pilger: Australians must defend Assange [audio]
Open letter to Julia Gillard
Wikileaks Central statement on Assange’s arrest

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