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Wikileaks veröffentlicht 391,832

geheime US--Dokumente
Die Dokumente belegen unter anderem Folterungen in irakischen Gefängnissen und die
hohe Zahl ziviler Opfer. Sie dokumentieren den blutigen Alltag des Kriegs und
illustrieren die Hilflosigkeit der US-Truppen
Truppen angesichts des zunehmenden Chaos im
Irak. Julian Assange sagte dem US-Nachrichtensender
US Nachrichtensender CNN, die Dokumente belegten
ein "Blutbad" in bisher nicht gekanntem Ausmaß.

Aus den Dokumenten geht unter anderem hervor, dass die US-Armee
US Armee von der
Folterungg von Gefangenen durch irakische Sicherheitskräfte wusste, oftmals aber nicht
einschritt. Die Unterlagen dokumentieren auch, dass an Straßensperren mit US- US
Soldaten hunderte irakische Zivilisten getötet wurden. Einer internen Aufstellung der
Armee zufolge wurden
urden zwischen der Invasion 2003 und Ende 2009 insgesamt etwa
109.000 Iraker getötet, 63 Prozent von ihnen Zivilisten.

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400,000 documents from the US Army in Iraq.


Iraq

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id/97501/

Iraq War Logs Explorer


http://wikileaks.org/iraq/diarydig
WarLogs.Wikileaks.org is a website which provides an easy way to search through the
Iraq War Logs, which were made public by Wikileaks on 22nd October 2010. The
documents are a set of over 391,000 reports which cover the war in Iraq from 2004 to
2009.

Type

* Criminal Event (31235) * Enemy Action (104272) * Explosive Hazard (128693) * Friendfly Fire
(1328) * Friendly Action (104571 * Non-Combat Event (12210) * None Selected (4 * Other
(2547 * Suspicious Incident (1490) * Threat Report (5481)

Region

* 0 (1077) * MND-BAGHDAD (109802) * MND-C (45193) * MND-N (134266)* MND-NE (347)*


MND-S (3460)* MND-SE (22516) * MNF-W (75153) * NONE SELECTED (17)

Attack on

* ENEMY (271171)* FRIEND (105899) * NEUTRAL (14757)* UNKNOWN (4)

Type of unit

* 0 (34305) * AIF (3)* Anti-Iraqi Forces (12305) * CF (51511)* CIV (2223)* CLC (1016)* Civilian
(9705)* Coalition (5677)* Coalition Forces (72347)* IGO (1195)* ISF (47679)* Infrastructure (41)
* Iraqi Security Forces (2) * None Selected (150004)* Other (835) * SoI (575)* UE (2408)

Affiliation

* ENEMY (271171)* FRIEND (105899) * NEUTRAL (14757)* UNKNOWN (4)

Dcolor

* BLUE (105899) * GREEN (14761) * RED (271171)

Classification

* 0 (5644) * CONFIDENTIAL (204) * Not Reported (4) * SECRET (379565) * UNCLASSIFIED


(6414)

Category
* ARTY (73) * Accident (5987) * Ambush (361) * Ambush Threat (93) * Arrest (6247) * Arson
(255) * Assassination (325) * Assassination Threat (129 )* Attack (10634) * Attack Threat (1649)
* Blue-Blue (364) * Blue-Green (141) * Blue-White (93) * Border Ops (179) * Breaching (8) *
Cache Found/Cleared (24796) * Carjacking (276) * Close Air Support (677) * Confiscation
(2934) * Convoy (13) * Cordon/Search (7957) * Counter Mortar Fire (130) * Counter Mortar
Patrol (15) * Deliberate Attack (216) * Demonstration (2220) * Detain (20314) * Direct Fire
(57813) * Direct Fire Threat (55) * Elicitation (7) * Equipment Failure (994)* Escalation of Force
(12574) * Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) Found/Cleared (307) * Explosive Remnants of
War (ERW)/Turn In (2555)* Green-Blue (225)* Green-Green (307) * Green-White (133) *
Hijacking (11)* IED Explosion (65347) * IED FOUND/CLEARED (7)* IED False (1248)* IED
Found/Cleared (44612)* IED Hoax (1963)* IED Pre-detonation (108) * IED Suspected (1037) *
IED Threat (1707)* Indirect Fire (33680) * Indirect Fire Threat (452) * Indirect fire (10)*
Intimidation (63) * Intimidation Threat (422) * Kidnapping (4212) * Kidnapping Threat (146) *
Lasing (202) * Looting (111) * Medevac (264) * Meeting (146) * Mine Found/Cleared (1210) *
Mine Strike (674) * Movement to Contact (43) * Murder (24835) * Murder Threat (130) *
Natural Disaster (8)* Other (8458)* Other Defensive (2358) * Other Offensive (446)* Patrol
(1865)* Police Actions (262)* Propaganda (106)* Raid (8682)* Recon (157)* Repetitive
Activities (36)* Rock Throwing (325)* SAFIRE (2772)* SAFIRE Threat (29)* Sabotage (81)*
Sabotage Threat (19) * Search and Attack (133)* Sermon (8)* Shooting (83)* Small Unit
Actions (4580)* Smuggling (179)* Smuggling Threat (165)* Sniper Ops (2009)* Sniper Ops
Threat (39)* Staff Estimate (53)* Supporting AIF (70)* Supporting CF (28)* Surveillance (326)*
TCP (797)* Tests of Security (89) * Theft (901)* Theft Threat (12)* Tribal Feud (294)* UAV
(164)* Unexploded Ordnance (8686)* Unknown Explosion (3450)* Vehicle Interdiction (279)*
White-Blue (26)* White-Green (10) * White-White (27)

At 5pm EST Friday 22nd October 2010 WikiLeaks released the largest classified
military leak in history. The 391,832 reports ('The Iraq War Logs'), document the war
and occupation in Iraq, from 1st January 2004 to 31st December 2009 (except for the
months of May 2004 and March 2009) as told by soldiers in the United States Army.
Each is a 'SIGACT' or Significant Action in the war. They detail events as seen and
heard by the US military troops on the ground in Iraq and are the first real glimpse into
the secret history of the war that the United States government has been privy to
throughout.

The reports detail 109,032 deaths in Iraq, comprised of 66,081 'civilians'; 23,984
'enemy' (those labeled as insurgents); 15,196 'host nation' (Iraqi government forces)
and 3,771 'friendly' (coalition forces). The majority of the deaths (66,000, over 60%) of
these are civilian deaths.That is 31 civilians dying every day during the six year period.
For comparison, the 'Afghan War Diaries', previously released by WikiLeaks, covering
the same period, detail the deaths of some 20,000 people. Iraq during the same period,
was five times as lethal with equivallent population size.

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