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Cablesearch Web Site

Just a short note to make readers aware of the Cablesearch web Site, available at www.cablesearch.org.

The site provides a standard form search engine (e.g. use of modifiers, wildcards and groupings) to allow users to search through the current Cablegate archive. The search works only on those cables that have been released, but as it appears to be archiving on a daily basis then this is as good a search tool as any available for spotting items of interest.

We will certainly be using the utility on EnviroLeaks.

EnviroLeaks Facebook Group

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