The War Logs – Interactive Feature

The Iraq Documents
The archive is the second cache obtained by the independent organization WikiLeaks and made available to several news organizations. The Iraq documents shed new light on such fraught subjects as civilian deaths, detainee abuse and the involvement of Iran. Continue Reading Series Introduction »

Archive Offers Grim Portrait Of Civilian Deaths

BY SABRINA TAVERNISE and ANDREW W. LEHREN

Lucian Read

According to the reports, most Iraqi civilians were killed by other Iraqis in violence that was driven by sectarian cleansing.

Civilian Deaths in Iraq »

Detainees Suffered Most In Iraqi Custody, U.S. Logs Say

BY SABRINA TAVERNISE and ANDREW W. LEHREN

Khalid Mohammed/Associated Press

Reports of the beatings surfaced in the documents, giving the impression that such treatment was not an exception.

Portrait of Prisoner Abuse »

Iran’s Role in Aiding Iraqi Miltias Is Detailed in Reports

BY MICHAEL R. GORDON and ANDREW W. LEHREN

Behrouz Mehri/Agence France-Presse – Getty Images

The political struggle between the United States and Iran to influence events in Iraq continues today.

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