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Friday, 3rd December 2010

New: CableSearch-Embassy Cables Fulltext Search

As the name says, this new resource allows users to search the full text of the embassy cables being released by WikiLeaks. Each documents is also cached by CableSearch.

Users can also browse cables using the following categories:

+ Zeitgeist (Real-Time Look at What Others Are Searching For)
+ New Cables
+ Most Popular
+ By Source
+ By Classification
+ By Urgency
+ By Tag
+ By Date

Links to browse the documents can be found near the top of the CableSearch homepage.

CableSearch is an initiative of the European Centre for Computer Assisted Research via a suggestion by Henk van Ess

See Also: From the National Security Archive at George Washington University:
“How to Decipher a State Department Cable” & State Department Acronyms

See Also: A Number of Additional "Embassy Cables" Resources From Several Organizations

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