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Special Newsweek Edition, DECLASSIFIED, Further Declassified

Newsweek magazine, has a special edition called “Declassified: Exposing the Secrets: Files Dossiers and Documents from the FBI, CIA, JSOC, White House, NASA, and more.” It is “a curated list of the most noteworthy documents declassified in 2015.”

Although Newsweek was forced to cut out some of the background stories of these declassified documents (due to space constraints of the 100 page paper copy special edition), you can read those stories and click links to the entire featured documents themselves here. This is the rough draft of the copy that Nate Jones, contributing editor and FOIA project director of the National Security Archive (NSA) at George Washington University provided to Newsweek. Jones published this on the NSA’s blog, “Unredacted.”

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