14:11 GMT16 July 2020
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    WikiLeaks released on Tuesday over 3,000 of attached filed in different formats, taken from the emails of US Democratic party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The attachment files are presented on the WikiLeaks website in various formats, including mp3, wav, mov, mp4, ppt, xls, pdf and doc among the others.

    Earlier on Monday, WikiLeaks uploaded the 17th batch of Podesta’s emails. With the latest release, the total number of leaked emails surpassed 30,000.

    WikiLeaks published the first batch of emails on October 8. On October 20, the whistleblowing website also published a bunch of letters sent to or by Barack Obama before he became US president.

    In early October, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addressed journalists via a video linkup on the 10-year anniversary of WikiLeaks promised to publish important materials on US presidential elections.


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