WikiLeaks promises leak "seven times bigger than Iraq"

WikiLeaks has said it is planning to release information seven times bigger than its Iraq War Logs.

It told its Twitter followers: “Next release is 7x the size of the Iraq War Logs. Intense pressure over it for months,” although it did not detail what these documents would entail.

It updated its feed this morning, claiming: “The coming months will see a new world, where global history is redefined.”

It also asked its followers to continue donating to the cause and urged them to “Keep us strong,” as it works to put out the new information.

The group made headlines earlier this year when it released classified US war documents about actions in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Iraq War Logs and Afghan War Diary made people sit up and notice, especially the US government, which WikiLeaks claims has harassed the group.

Julian Assange was last week called back to Sweden by the District Court in Stockholm “on probable cause suspected of rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion.”

An attorney for Assange said he had been falsely accused and that the original prosecutor, Eva Finne, dismissed the investigation. He said the case was raised again after intervention by a Swedish politician.