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Das Morden der NATO in Afghanistan, dokumentiert durch über 90.000 geheime US Militär Dokumente

Juli 26, 2010 23 Kommentare

Nur für das CIA – PR Propaganda Portal der Spiegel, kommen diese Dokumente überraschend.

NFI. 56 Killed None(None) InsurgentWikileaks veröffentlicht fast 92.000 meist geheime Dokumente des US-Militärs, die Einblick in die Situation in Afghanistan gewährenFlorian Rötzer 26.07.2010

Wikileaks veröffentlicht fast 92.000 meist geheime Dokumente des US-Militärs, die Einblick in die Situation in Afghanistan gewähren

[extern] Wikileaks konnte wieder einen Coup landen. Nachdem bereits die Veröffentlichung des Videos eines Kampfhubschraubers, das zeigte, wie US-Soldaten Zivilisten, darunter zwei Journalisten, abschossen, für Unruhe sorgte, dürften die fast 92.000, meist geheimen Dokumente des US-Militärs aus dem Afghanistan-Krieg die Unterstützung für diesen weiter unterminieren. Wikileaks wählte dieses Mal einen anderen Weg als üblich und gab dem Guardian, der New York Times und dem [extern] Spiegel zuvor Einblick in die Dokumente. Die Redaktionen befanden diese als echt und kamen mit ihren Berichten gleichzeitig an die Öffentlichkeit. Der [extern] Guardian und die [extern] New York Times veröffentlichten auf ihren Websites auch Teile der War Logs

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Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, explains why he decided to publish thousands of secret US military files on the war in Afghanistan

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Die Original über 90.000 Militär Dokumente!

Afghan War Diary, 2004-2010

from Wikileaks

Release date
July 25, 2010

Summary

25th July 2010 5:00 PM EST WikiLeaks has released a document set called the Afghan War Diary, an extraordinary compendium of over 91,000 reports covering the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2010.

The reports, while written by soldiers and intelligence officers, and mainly describing lethal military actions involving the United States military, also include intelligence information, reports of meetings with political figures, and related detail.

The document collection is available on a dedicated webpage.

The reports cover most units from the US Army with the exception of most US Special Forces’ activities. The reports do not generally cover top secret operations or European and other ISAF Forces operations.

We have delayed the release of some 15,000 reports from the total archive as part of a harm minimization process demanded by our source. After further review, these reports will be released, with occasional redactions, and eventually in full, as the security situation in Afghanistan permits.

The data is provided in HTML (web), CSV (comma-separated value) and SQL (database) formats, and also was rendered into KML (Keyhole Markup Language) mapping data that can be used with Google Earth. Please note that the checksums will change.

  • Complete dump of the website, HTML format 75 MB
  • All entries, CSV format 15 MB
    • (SHA1: d6b82f955a7beb9589f92e9487c74669d1912a34)
    • Raw data in comma-separated value format for further processing.
  • All entries, SQL format 16M MB
    • (SHA1: 9463f73ebbcd3f95899a138d6ba9817e1b6b800d)
    • Raw data in SQL format for further processing.
  • All entries, KML format 16 MB
    • (SHA1: 34562c0c7722522161e40330d80ac9082014845f)
    • This archive contains all events in one KML file. This file needs much memory if opened with Google Earth.
  • All NATO entries, KML format 209 kB
    • (SHA1: 088ff8999a316f30e5e398021375fa3b4fc6349e)
    • Contains the events that were tagged with NATO.
  • Entries by month, KML format 16 MB
    • (SHA1: 01a5c0639e1e1e844b10e962a44849b2a521d092)
    • This archive provides the entries split by month. This makes it easier to browse the data in Google Earth on low power machines.
  • Entries with scale filter, KML format 981 kB
    • (SHA1: 4669c721b87775a44472f6688e768305c686beff)
    • File that will show a scale corresponding to the number of incidents in Google Earth. Each incident begins with a 0.5 base score, and 0.1 has been added for each incident involving humans. This set of data provides only events that have a scaling of 1.5.
    • Wikileaks

siehe: Geheimdienste wollen wikileaks zerstören!

Interaktive Karte, über die täglichen Toden und Lügen in Afghanistan

Afghanistan war logs: IED attacks on civilians, coalition and Afghan troops

16,000 improvised explosive devices are recorded in the Afghanistan war logs, rising from 308 in 2004 to 7,155 in 2009. Press start on the map below, or drag the date along the bar, to see where and who they hit over these five years
Download the full data behind this interactive
The IED – Taliban’s homemade terror weapon

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/datablog/interactive/2010/jul/26/ied-afghanistan-war-logs