Document-leaking website has obtained 92,000 secret files relating to the ongoing war in Afghanistan.

Wikileaks has already made over 75,000 of the confidential files public, having sent the information directly to The New York Times, Germany’s Der Spiegel, and the U.K.’s Guardian newspaper.

The Guardian has said that the information presents a “devastating portrait of the failing war in Afghanistan,” revealing gruesome details on how the coalition forces have killed hundreds of civilians in previously unreported incidents, how Taliban attacks are on the increase, and how NATO is concerned that Pakistan and Iran are aiding insurgents in the region.

Wikileaks.org has already published 76,900 of the files, the “Afghan War Diary” and is delaying the release of an extra 15,000 files in order to remove names and sensitive information.

The White House has responded angrily to the leaks, issuing a statement , in which White House national adviser James Jones said: “The United States strongly condemns the disclosure of classified information by individuals and organisations which could put the lives of Americans and our partners at risk, and threaten our national .

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Wikileaks releases 92,000 secret Afghan-war files