Friday, December 21, 2012

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said his whistling-blowing site is ready to release more than one million new files next year.Assange said this on Thursday while making a rare appearance on a balcony at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he has taken refuge since June.

Julian Assange an  Australian national  arrested in 2010 in Britain for alleged sex offences in Sweden. He was later granted political asylum by Ecuador, but has been unable to leave Britain because a British court has ordered his extradition to Sweden.

Assange told supporters that the files to be released in 2013 will affect every country in the world.
WikiLeaks, founded 5 years ago, has released online 90,000 files related to US military operations in Afghanistan as well as 250,000 internal documents produced by US government offices.

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