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WORLD BRIEFING / NEW ZEALAND

times wire reports

A New Zealand man who bought an MP3 player from a thrift shop in Oklahoma found 60 U.S. military files, including names and phone numbers for soldiers who served in Afghanistan and Iraq, TV One News reported today.

Chris Ogle said he found the files when he linked the device to his computer. Details of equipment at bases in Afghanistan and a mission briefing were found too, the report said.

In 2006, the Los Angeles Times found stolen flash drives containing secret military data for sale at Afghan shops.


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