WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange pledged Tuesday to publish "significant" new material on the US election before the November 8 vote, speaking on the 10th anniversary of the online leaking platform.
Assange said there were "enormous expectations in the United States" about the material and that "some of that expectation will be partly answered," with "a lot of fascinating angles" in the documents.
"Do they show interesting features of US power factions? Yes they do," he said, addressing an anniversary event in Berlin via video link.
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On why WikiLeaks was holding back for now, he added that "if we're going to make a major publication in relation to the United States at a particular hour, we don't do it at 3 am," referring to the time in the eastern United States.
He also said that "we hope to be publishing every week for the next 10 weeks," promising documents on the subjects of war, arms, oil, Google and mass surveillance.
Assange -- speaking from the Ecuadorean embassy in London, where he has been holed up for over four years to avoid being extradited to Sweden to face rape allegations -- hailed WikiLeaks for releasing 10 million documents over the past decade, exposing state and corporate secrets.
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