We're following breaking news on a move that the Pentagon says puts U.S. troops in Iraq in "even greater danger."
U.S. military leaders are furious over the release of 400,000 classified war documents on the whistle-blower website WikiLeaks.
The documents, from 2004 to 2009, show most civilians were killed by other Iraqis and give insight on the role that Iran played in helping Iraqi militants, according to the New York Times, which was one of a handful of news organizations that got early access to the papers.
The Pentagon says 300 Iraqis are named in the documents who could be in danger due to WikiLeaks actions.
"We have notified Centcom and U.S. forces in Iraq so that they could then be in touch with those Iraqis and take measures to try to safeguard them in the wake of this exposure," said Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell.
Chris Lawrence is at the Pentagon for us looking through the documents. He'll have the latest on the fallout tonight on 360°.
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