Clinton condemns publication of classified US military reports

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Hillary Clinton has criticised plans by the Wikileaks website to release many sensitive military documents relating to the US-led occupation of Iraq.

WikiLeaks infuriated the US authorities in July by publishing more than 70,000 secret papers about the war in Afghanistan.

Speaking in Washington, the US Secretary of State said she condemned the disclosure of any classified information that threatened national security, or put at risk the lives of coalition forces or civilians.

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