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Reaction to U.S. State Department documents released via the website WikiLeaks began seeping out Monday, including a claim of vindication from Israel and a shrug-off from Italy. Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz: "I don't see any damage. Quite…

While some cheer the mission of the WikiLeaks website and the secret material it has disclosed, the site continues to rankle U.S. government officials who say it poses threats to national security, lives and diplomatic matters.

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