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# Wikileaks
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can't be extradited to the United States, judge rules
Assange, 49, faces an 18-count indictment in the US.
# Wikileaks
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning sent back to jail for contempt of court, one week after being released
Manning refused to testify in a case against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
# Freed
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning released from US prison
Manning was jailed in early March for refusing to testify in a grand jury investigation .
# Grand Jury
Chelsea Manning jailed for refusing to testify in WikiLeaks case
“In solidarity with many activists facing the odds, I will stand by my principles,” Manning said.
# visa trouble
US whistleblower Chelsea Manning faces Australia speaking tour ban
Organisers of a speaking tour have said they’ve received notice that Manning’s visa will be denied.
# Leaked Documents
Chelsea Manning says 'justice has been served' in first interview since being released
Manning said she’d like to thank Obama “for giving me a chance”.
# Free
Chelsea Manning released from prison in US
The US Army confirmed that she had left Fort Leavenworth in Kansas.
Column: 'I do not know what Chelsea Manning will do next. She owes the world nothing'
On the day of Chelsea Manning’s release from prison, campaigner Ruairí McKiernan reflects on the Irish campaign for her freedom.
# Wikileaks
'I stand by everything I said': Assange keeps pledge to travel to the US
If he travels outside of this jurisdiction, it’s likely that Assange will be charged by the US for the 2010 documents leak.
# chelsea manning
Assange says he will travel to the US - if his rights are 'guaranteed'
He had said he would go to America if Chelsea Manning’s sentence was commuted.
# Spot the Difference
Obama granted Manning a pardon but Snowden won't be getting the same
It appears that Obama could grant a pardon for Snowden, but all indications are that he won’t.
# Wikileaks
Assange 'standing by' offer to be extradited to US - lawyer
Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since June 2012 to avoid being extradited to Sweden.
# Private First Class
Obama commutes sentence of Chelsea Manning
Her sentence is now set to expire 17 May.
# Clemency
Obama 'considering reducing Chelsea Manning's prison sentence'
She has served seven years of a 35-year sentence for leaking classified material.
# Wikileaks
Chelsea Manning ends hunger strike as US army agrees to pay for her gender surgery
Manning, famed for providing classified documents to whistleblower site Wikileaks, had been on hunger strike since last Friday.
# Wikileaks
Chelsea Manning begins hunger strike in military prison
She claims the military is refusing to treat her gender dysphoria.
# threatening conduct
Chelsea Manning could be placed in solitary confinement in wake of suicide attempt
The 28-year-old faces three new charges – including “conduct which threatens”.
# Wikileaks
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.
# Kansas
Chelsea Manning hospitalised after reports of attempted suicide
Manning’s lawyer and support team were unable to immediately confirm reports.
# caitlyn jenner
Chelsea Manning's chances of parole hurt by magazine and toothpaste charges
She has been spared solitary confinement, however.
# Solitary Confinement
Chelsea Manning in trouble over Caitlyn Jenner magazine
The former US army soldier is serving a 35-year military prison sentence.
# Online
Chelsea Manning has joined Twitter from her prison cell
The Wikileaks whistleblower says she wants it to be a two-way conversation.
# One Year On
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.
# wiki wiki wild
Wikileaks are up to something tonight... But what?
Tonight’s ‘big announcement’ from the group comes on the eve of the first anniversary of Chelsea Manning’s conviction on espionage charges.
# Prison
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.
# sentence upheld
Chelsea Manning's appeal for clemency has been denied
The 35 year prison sentence has been upheld.
# transgender
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.
# chelsea manning
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
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.
# chelsea manning
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.
# you told us
Top readers' comments of the week
Here’s our round-up of the most interesting and most popular comments from this week. Did you make it in?
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.