Norwegian paper says it has all WikiLeaks cables

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December 24, 2010 05:01

 
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OSLO, Norway — A Norwegian newspaper on Thursday said it has obtained the entire trove of 250,000 uncensored US diplomatic documents that WikiLeaks has been distributing.

The announcement appears to make Aftenposten the first media organization outside WikiLeaks' five partners to obtain the material — a development sure to heighten US government fears that the public release of some uncensored diplomatic cables could endanger informants' lives.

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