18:12 GMT06 March 2021
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    The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) published more than 12 million pages of declassified documents on its website that were previously publicly available only at the National Archives in Maryland, the CIA said in a press release.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — It added that the collection covers the early CIA history as well as the Berlin Wall Tunnel project, the Cold War, Vietnam and Korean conflicts.

    It also addresses worldwide economic and military issues and the issue of terrorism.

    "The largest collection of declassified CIA records is now accessible online. The documents were previously only available to the public at the National Archives in Maryland. Approximately 930,000 documents, totaling more than 12 million pages, are now available in the CIA’s Electronic Reading Room on CIA's website," the press release, published on Tuesday, read.

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