Four more papers share WikiLeak cables

Three major newspapers have joined forces with a Norwegian paper to trawl through the 250,000 or so cables originally exclusively handled by WikiLeaks’ media partners, a Swedish daily says. Norwegian daily Aften­posten was sharing its findings with three major media outlets in Den­mark, Germany and Sweden, Martin Joensson, the executive director of Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet said. The other two papers are Germany’s Die Welt and Denmark’s Politiken, he said.

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