This is from Wikileaks site. They are publishing thousands of secret cables of the US government mostly from the State Department. You can go to their site and download the actual cables. They have downloaded sevearl
Secret US Embassy Cables
Wikileaks began on Sunday November 28th publishing 251,287 leaked United States embassy cables, the largest set of confidential documents ever to be released into the public domain. The documents will give people around the world an unprecedented insight into US Government foreign activities.
The cables, which date from 1966 up until the end of February this year, contain confidential communications between 274 embassies in countries throughout the world and the State Department in Washington DC. 15,652 of the cables are classified Secret.
The embassy cables will be released in stages over the next few months. The subject matter of these cables is of such importance, and the geographical spread so broad, that to do otherwise would not do this material justice.
The cables show the extent of US spying on its allies and the UN; turning a blind eye to corruption and human rights abuse in “client states”; backroom deals with supposedly neutral countries; lobbying for US corporations; and the measures US diplomats take to advance those who have access to them.
This document release reveals the contradictions between the USâ€™s public persona and what it says behind closed doors â€“ and shows that if citizens in a democracy want their governments to reflect their wishes, they should ask to see whatâ€™s going on behind the scenes.
Every American schoolchild is taught that George Washington â€“ the countryâ€™s first President â€“ could not tell a lie. If the administrations of his successors lived up to the same principle, todayâ€™s document flood would be a mere embarrassment. Instead, the US Government has been warning governments — even the most corrupt — around the world about the coming leaks and is bracing itself for the exposures.
The full set consists of 251,287 documents, comprising 261,276,536 words (seven times the size of “The Iraq War Logs”, the world’s previously largest classified information release).
The cables cover from 28th December 1966 to 28th February 2010 and originate from 274 embassies, consulates and diplomatic missions.
How to explore the data
Search for events that you remember that happened for example in your country. You can browse by date or search for an origin near you.
Pick out interesting events and tell others about them. Use twitter, reddit, mail whatever suits your audience best.
For twitter or other social networking services please use the #cablegate or unique reference ID (e.g. #66BUENOSAIRES2481) as hash tags.
•15, 652 secret
•Iraq most discussed country â€“ 15,365 (Cables coming from Iraq â€“ 6,677)
•Ankara, Turkey had most cables coming from it â€“ 7,918
•From Secretary of State office - 8,017
According to the US State Departments labeling system, the most frequent subjects discussed are:
•External political relations â€“ 145,451
•Internal government affairs â€“ 122,896
•Human rights â€“ 55,211
•Economic Conditions â€“ 49,044
•Terrorists and terrorism â€“ 28,801
•UN security council â€“ 6,532
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This is From CNN
U.S. documents obtained by WikiLeaks posted despite site problemBy the CNN Wire Staff
November 28, 2010 3:01 p.m. EST
WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange was warned that an expected new release of documents would be illegal.
The New York Times and four European media outlets post the documents
WikiLeaks says it is under cyber attack, but documents already distributed
The United States warns WikiLeaks the leak is illegal and may endanger lives
(CNN) — The whistleblower website WikiLeaks said Sunday that it was under cyber attack, preventing it from posting tens of thousands of classified U.S. diplomatic cables, it said via Twitter Sunday.
Despite the glitch, five international news outlets which had obtained the documents ahead of time published details of the leaked documents on their websites.
The announcement of the apparent attack came shortly after the United States warned WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange that publishing the papers would be illegal and would endanger peoples’ lives.
The New York Times, The Guardian newspaper in England, and newspapers and magazines in three other European nations published portions of the new classified material on Sunday.
The site, meanwhile, was experiencing a distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack, it said. That’s an effort to make a website unavailable to users, normally by flooding it with requests for data.
As of 3 p.m. Sunday, the site was inaccessible.
The U.S. State Department’s legal adviser said Saturday that if any materials in the posting of documents by the site were provided by government officials without proper authorization, “they were provided in violation of U.S. law and without regard for the grave consequences of this action.”