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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was freed on bail Thursday, allowing Mr. Assange to continue his work as Sweden pushes its case for extradition and the United States considers its own criminal charges over his website's release of secret information.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was released on bail Thursday _ confined to a supporter's 600-acre estate but free to get back to work spilling U.S. government secrets on his website as he fights Sweden's attempt to extradite him on allegations of rape and molestation.
A British judge granted Julian Assange bail on Tuesday, but the WikiLeaks founder will remain in custody for at least another 48 hours after Swedish prosecutors said they would challenge the decision.
The U.S. will not be deterred by setbacks and will persevere until a Palestinian state is established alongside Israel, President Obama's Middle East envoy said Tuesday after meeting the Palestinian president.
WikiLeaks founder Julian P. Assange is to remain in a London jail until at least Thursday since Swedish authorities said they would appeal a British judge's decision to grant him bail with strict conditions.
Britain's national security adviser has warned that government websites are at risk of cyberattack from pro-WikiLeaks hackers, Prime Minister David Cameron's office said Monday.
Britain's national security adviser has warned that government websites are at risk of cyber attack from pro-WikiLeaks hackers, prime minister David Cameron's office said Monday.
After unleashing an unprecedented trove of U.S. government secrets, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is behind bars to answer questions about whether his conduct amounted to rape under Sweden's unusually broad definition.
No one died except for the likely bomber, but two explosions in Sweden's capital tore at the fabric of this tolerant and open nation — a society that hadn't seen a terrorist attack in more than three decades.