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    Manning files for presidential pardon

    Manning files for presidential pardon Lawyers for Chelsea Manning filed a request for a pardon from President Barack Obama
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    Bradley Manning sentenced in WikiLeaks espionage case

    Bradley Manning sentenced in WikiLeaks espionage case Sentence has been passed in the espionage trial of Wikileaks’ source Private Bradley Manning
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    WikiLeaks’ Manning apologises for “hurting the US”

    WikiLeaks’ Manning apologises for “hurting the US” US Army private Bradley Manning apologized for leaking secret intelligence files to WikiLeaks
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    Manning’s mental health questioned at sentencing

    Manning’s mental health questioned at sentencing US Army officers overseeing Bradley Manning ignored his angry outbursts and signs of mental health problems, lawyer alleges
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    Verdict in Bradley Manning Wikileaks espionage trial

    Verdict in Bradely Manning Wikileaks espionage trial US military judge Denise Lind ruled in the espionage trial of Wikileaks’ source Private Bradley Manning
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    WikiLeak’s Bradley Manning generates international sympathy

    WikiLeak’s Bradley Manning generates international sympathy It’s rare for an American to generate more sympathy abroad than at home, but Bradley Manning and his trial are unique in a host of ways
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    Bradley Manning trial begins 3 years after arrest

    Bradley Manning trial begins 3 years after arrest Bradley Manning goes on trial more than three years after he was arrested in Iraq and charged in the biggest leak of classified information in US history
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    Wikileak's Manning trial begins after 3 years in jail

    Wikileak's Manning trial begins after 3 years in jail More than three years after his arrest, Army Private First Class Bradley Manning faces court martial
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    Singapore's Internet news website licensing snafu

    Singapore's Internet news website licensing snafu Singapore’s media regulator seeks to allay fears around a controversial new rule requiring news websites to obtain licences
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    WikiLeaks hearing focusses on classified evidence

    WikiLeaks hearing focusses on classified evidence Army private Bradley Manning, who gave more than 700,000 secret US documents to WikiLeaks, is returning to Fort Meade for the last scheduled hearing before his military trial next month.
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    Wikileaks publishes The Kissinger Cables

    Wikileaks publishes The Kissinger Cables Largest release in Wikileaks history contains millions of confidential US records
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    WikiLeaks: Swedish police interrogate WikiLeaks founder

    WikiLeaks: Swedish police interrogate WikiLeaks founder WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been interrogated by police in Sweden, where he is facing molestation allegations, his lawyer said Tuesday, adding he expected the charges to be dropped.
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    Swedish prosecutors defend Wikileaks rape allegation handling

    Swedish prosecutors defend Wikileaks rape allegation handling Swedish prosecutors have defended their handling of a rape allegation against the founder of WikiLeaks, saying they had made no mistakes in issuing an arrest warrant and withdrawing it less than a day later.
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    Alleged Wikileaks source arrested

    The alleged source for the air-strike video posted by Wikileaks in their Collateral Murder section has been arrested. Brad Manning, the alleged source, is a security analyst with the US Army and was stationed in Baghdad. According to the story, Manning also leaked 260 000 diplomatic...
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