WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says his organization will publish 15,000 documents from the Afghan war as planned despite warnings from the US.
The Pentagon says the information would be more damaging to security and risk more lives than WikiLeaks' initial release of some 76,000 war documents.
Before the start of a seminar Saturday in Stockholm, Assange told reporters that "This organization will not be threatened by the Pentagon or any other group. We proceed cautiously and safely with this material."
He said WikiLeaks was about halfway though a review of the 15,000 documents and expected to publish them within weeks. Assange said "innocent parties who are under reasonable threat" would be redacted from the material.