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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.

OVER TWO DOZEN protesters turned up at the US embassy in Dublin this evening calling for the former US Army private to be freed.

Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley, was yesterday sentenced to 35 years in a military prison for leaking classified information. Manning issued a statement this morning asking to be known from now on as ‘Chelsea Elizabeth Manning’.

Many of the protesters who were down the street at the Egyptian embassy calling for the release of the Halawa siblings joined the Irish Anti War Movement’s peaceful demonstration at the US embassy.

Here it is in pictures:

PICS: Egyptian protesters join 'Free Manning' protest at US embassy in Dublin
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    Sam Boal/Photocall IrelandSource: samboal/photocallireland
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    Jodi Burke (16) from Tallaght calling for Manning's release. Sam Boal/Photocall IrelandSource: samboal/photocallireland
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    Lorna Bogue from Co Limerick. Sam Boal/Photocall IrelandSource: samboal/photocallireland
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    Egyption protesters Khalid Ahmed (11) joined the protest. Sam Boal/Photocall IrelandSource: samboal/photocallireland
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    Egyptian protester Fatima Ahmed (10) from Tallaght joined Protesters from the Anti War Movement at the United States America embassy in Dublin this evening, to demand the release of Manning.Source: samboal/photocallireland
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    Niall Carson/PA WireSource: Niall Carson
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    Niall Carson/PA WireSource: Niall Carson

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