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WikiLeaks: US Embassy cables – browse the database via The Guardian

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By The Guardian – 28 Nov 2010

Use The Guardian’s interactive guide to discover what has been revealed in the leak of 250,000 US diplomatic cables. Mouse over the map below to find stories and original documents by country, subject or people.

To the Guardian database, click HERE

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