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Help Al Jazeera to search WikiLeaks cables
Al Jazeera journalists want your help to find the stories contained in the US diplomatic cables.
Last Modified: 02 Sep 2011 16:19

More than 250,000 US diplomatic cables are now online after WikiLeaks published its entire collection unredacted.

Our journalists want your help to find the stories contained in them.

You can search for any subjects in the database found on the following sites:

http://www.cablegatesearch.net/search.php
http://cables.mrkva.eu/
http://wikileaks.org/tag/IS_0.html

Copy-paste a link to the cables you find most interesting and send them to Al Jazeera in the form below.

We will be reading your confidential responses and turning the best ones into stories.

If you have additional information we need to know, please also add it to the form.

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