epa02262208 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange shows an issue of the British daily The Guardian during a press conference at the Frontline Club in London, Britain, 26 July 2010, to discuss about the 75,000 Afghan war documents that the organization made available to The New York Times, The Guardian of London and Germany's Der Spiegel. Documents were published on 25 July. 'There is no perfect information but in the end the truth is all we have,' Assange said. 'We would like to see this material, the revelations that this material gives, taken seriously, investigated by governments and new policies put in place as a result, if not prosecutions of those people that committed abuses.' WikiLeaks says it will publish an additional 15,000 documents once they have been scrubbed of any names that could potentially put people in danger. EPA/STRINGER UK OUT Photoshot. All ri
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