According to the London-based daily al-Hayat, the WikiLeaks release includes documents showing Turkey has helped al-Qaeda in Iraq, reports Reuters.
The Department of State, was reportedly briefed ahead by the New York Times, which is one of the Wikileaks' partners in publishing the new documents.
So far, the countries making rounds in news and on Twitter include the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Denmark, Norway, Israel, Iraq, India, China, Turkey, Russia and Iceland.
U.S. allies around the world have been briefed by American diplomats in anticipation of the release of classified U.S. files by WikiLeaks.
The release of millions of documents listing the cables thought to include private, confidential assessments of foreign leaders and governments may leave the U.S. diplomacy in quandary.