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# Bradley Manning

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Chelsea Manning attempted to take her own life, legal team confirms
Manning’s legal team say she will be kept under close observation for several weeks.
Amnesty International calls for "immediate release" of US leaker Chelsea Manning
Today marks exactly one year since the US soldier was convicted on espionage charges.
Chelsea Manning officially granted name change - but will still be treated as male prisoner
A US judge has granted Manning’s request to be formally known as Chelsea.
Chelsea Manning's appeal for clemency has been denied
The 35 year prison sentence has been upheld.
Chelsea Manning is going to court to have her name legally changed from Bradley
Fort Leavenworth have said Manning would have to get a legal name change to be known in the prison as Chelsea.
Family of Chelsea Manning hoping to connect with Irish relatives
The grandparents of the former US Army private are from Rathmines in Dublin.
Chelsea Manning family: Gender transition was a shock but we support her
Speaking to in Dublin yesterday, Manning’s family said the were proud of her for leaking the classified documents and would not give up hope of her release.
Fox News mocks Chelsea Manning with "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)"
The cable news network’s Fox and Friends show trailed a piece on the use of female pronouns for the jailed Wikileaks informant with the Aerosmith hit.
Column: The drama surrounding Manning and Snowden is diverting attention from what matters
Manning’s gender identity crisis and the drama surrounding Snowden’s exile have simultaneously propelled them further into the media spotlight, while diverting us from the substance and consequence of their leaks, writes John Devitt.
Column: Now she has identified her true gender, will the world accept Chelsea Manning?
The soldier formerly known as Bradley Manning has identified herself as female. How the world reacts now to Chelsea Manning, particularly online, will be interesting, writes Louise Hannon.
PICS: Egyptian protesters join 'Free Manning' protest at US embassy in Dublin
Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley, was yesterday sentenced to 35 years in a military prison for leaking classified information.
"I am Chelsea Manning. I am a female."
The former US Army private has issued a statement to a US TV programme asking to be henceforth known as Chelsea Manning.
A 'Free Bradley Manning' protest to be held at US Embassy, Dublin
The Irish Anti War Movement (IAWM) say they expect a crowd of between 10 and 100.
Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in prison
The 25-year-old soldier was also dishonourably discharged from the US Army.
Bradley Manning to be sentenced tomorrow
25-year-old Manning faces a maximum potential sentence of 90 years in jail.
US prosecutors demand 60 years for whistleblower Bradley Manning
The 25-year-old former army intelligence analyst has been convicted on a raft of espionage and theft charges that could see him jailed for more than a century.
Gangsters' dream of winning Rose of Tralee: The week's news skewed
Breaking via The Mire wire: Belmullet gardai seek help tracing their own movements; Bradley Manning apologises to Ryanair.
Here Is What Happened Today: Thursday
Everyone’s talking about how more social houses are on the way, Mick Wallace and Clare Daly met Julian Assange and the Phil Lynott statue making a return.
Bradley Manning takes to stand apologising for hurting US
A psychologist has said Manning felt extreme mental pressure in the “hyper-masculine” military because of his gender-identity disorder.
Column: Bradley Manning broke the law, but he placed more value on morality than legality
Watching ‘Collateral Damage’ – footage that shows US military opening fire on men and children in Baghdad – one can see why Manning wanted the American people to see what was happening in their name, writes Neil Walsh.
Poll: Is Bradley Manning a whistleblower or a traitor?
What do you think?
Julian Assange: Bradley Manning didn't get a fair trial
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said the conviction of Bradley Manning on 20 out of 22 counts set a “dangerous precedent”.
Bradley Manning acquitted of aiding and abetting enemy, but guilty of espionage
US ARMY PRIVATE Bradley Manning has been acquitted of aiding the enemy for giving secrets to WikiLeaks.
Verdict due in Bradley Manning WikiLeaks trial
Private Bradley Manning is accused of giving hundreds of thousands of pages of classified documents and videos to WikiLeaks.
US army forced to release WikiLeaks case documents
The US army has published dozens of documents in the case of WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning, after media outlets and other groups had criticised a lack of transparency.
WikiLeaks suspect tells court of his despair in 'cage'
Bradley Manning is charged with aiding the enemy by causing hundreds of thousands of classified documents to be published on the secret-sharing website WikiLeaks.
Ecuador's president says Assange allegations 'not crimes' in most places
Correa said the alleged actions against the WikiLeaks founder were ‘not crimes in 90 to 95 per cent of the world’ but they had played no part in Quito’s decision to grant Assange asylum.
Bradley Manning trial: Lawyers ask court to drop 'break-in' charge
Attorneys at Manning’s military pre-trial hearings say the US Army Private had permission to read the ‘Cablegate’ files.
'The Ballad of Julian Assange' among songs featuring on new Wikileaks CD
The Beat the Blockade CD is the latest attempt by the whistleblowing organisation to raise funds for its projects.
Bradley Manning defers court plea in WikiLeaks case
The US Army private is accused of passing sensitive and classified information to WikiLeaks.
Preliminary hearing of WikiLeaks source suspect Bradley Manning draws to a close
Manning will have to wait until mid-January to find out if he is to face trail for allegedly aiding the enemy.
Manning 'claimed he was removing the fog of war' in Wikileaks disclosure
A court has heard evidence from the military’s case against against the former US army intelligence officer accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of documents to Wikileaks.
Bradley Manning hearing embroiled in dispute
The pre-trial hearing of the young soldier accused of leaking secrets to Wikileaks began today – but very quickly got bogged down in legal arguments.
Assange granted leave to appeal Swedish extradition
The UK Supreme Court gives the WikiLeaks founder the right to appeal his extradition to Sweden for rape charges.
Ex-hacker who led US authorities to Bradley Manning over WikiLeaks has no regrets
Adrian Lamo, 30, says he still considers Manning – who is facing a range of charges for allegedly supplying sensitive US military information to Wikileaks – a friend.
Bradley Manning 'too mentally fragile to be sent to Iraq'
The soldier suspected of leaking documents to WikiLeaks was “a mess” who wet himself, a former training officer has said.
Bradley Manning supporter to file lawsuit over laptop seizure
David House, a founding member of the The Bradley Manning Support Network, says his property was illegally seized at an airport.
Bradley Manning to be moved after international criticism of treatment
Army private suspected of providing classified military material to WikiLeaks website is being transferred after concerns were raised about the conditions of his detention.