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Wikileaks to release more war records

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Wikileaks to release more war records

WikiLeaks spokesman Julian Assange said Thursday his organization is preparing to release the 15,000 more secret Afghan war documents it has on file. The Pentagon warned that would be even more damaging to soldier safety and national security than the organization's initial release of some 76,000 war files. Assange gave no date for a release.

Gulf of Mexico

Dead zone grows

The gulf "dead zone," a low-oxygen summertime trap for sea life caused by chemical runoff from the Mississippi River, covers an area twice as large as last year, says a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration study released this week.

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