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Chelsea Manning sobs as she thanks Barack Obama

chelsea manning sobs as she thanks barack obama
Chelsea Manning broke down in tears while thanking former President Barack Obama in her first interview since she was released from prison last month, saying: 'Thank you for giving me a chance.'
MailOnline India

WikiLeaks source Manning: 'justice has been served'

In her first interview since being released from a top-security US military prison, WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning says justice "has been served. "
DNA

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News video: Chelsea Manning in the spotlight

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Chelsea Manning is readjusting to public life after being released from prison after 7 years. She was sentenced to 35 years in lockup after leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks, but former..
Source: CBS News -

News video: Chelsea Manning reveals why she leaked confidential military documents

Chelsea Manning reveals why she leaked confidential military documents 00:47

Chelsea Manning spoke out for the first time since she was released from prison in May. The former Army private spent seven years behind bars after disclosing classified government information to..
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News video: Chelsea Manning Opens Up About Her Grievances

Chelsea Manning Opens Up About Her Grievances 00:40

Chelsea Manning, a former transgender American soldier, was released after serving seven years in prison for leaking confidential government information. In an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Chelsea Manning thanks Obama in first appearance since release

Chelsea Manning thanks Obama in first appearance since release 01:03

Chelsea Manning sat down for an interview with ABC News for the first time since her release from prison. Back in May 2010, Manning was arrested for leaking confidential documents while working as an..
Source: Wibbitz Studio -

News video: Chelsea Manning's Statement About Being Released

Chelsea Manning's Statement About Being Released 00:36

President Obama grant a transgender US Army soldier named Chelsea Manning after she served seven years in prison for releasing classified government data. Manning stated on ABC’s ‘Nightline,’..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

Chelsea Manning thanks Obama in first TV interview after release

Chelsea Manning, the transgender U. S. Army soldier who served seven years in prison for leaking classified data, tearfully thanked former President Barack Obama for granting her clemency.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Out of prison, Chelsea Manning shares her first picture as transgender woman

The photo replaced an old Twitter profile picture that had shown Manning in her previous incarnation as Bradley Manning, a male soldier in military uniform and beret.
DNA

Chelsea Manning shares first picture of herself since release from US military prison

Chelsea Manning was released from US military prison on Wednesday after serving a sentence of seven years for leaking classified information to WikiLeaks.
India Today Also reported by •DNA

Chelsea Manning shares photo of herself in v-neck dress

chelsea manning shares photo of herself in v-neck dress
Chelsea Manning has posted the first photo of herself since her release from prison on Wednesday after seven years behind bars. 'Okay, so here I am everyone!!' wrote Chelsea.
MailOnline India

Chelsea Manning takes 'first steps of freedom', is 'figuring things out'

Chelsea Manning walked free on Wednesday, after serving seven years behind bars for giving classified materials to WikiLeaks.
DNA

Six killed in Colombia shipyard explosion

At least six persons have died and 23 others injured in an explosion at a Colombian shipyard, authorities said. The explosion took place on Wednesday in a state-owned facility in Cotecmar on a..
Mid-Day

British unemployment rate hits 42-year low, falls to 4.6 per cent

British unemployment rate has fallen to 4.6 per cent in three months to March, hitting the lowest since 1975, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said. A year earlier the figure was 5.1 per..
Mid-Day

Egypt and Jordan stress need to fight terror

Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi and King Abdullah II of Jordan on Wednesday stressed the importance of fostering international efforts to fight terrorism in the region. Abdullah arrived in Cairo..
Mid-Day

Manning leaves U.S. prison seven years after giving secrets to WikiLeaks

Chelsea Manning walked out of a U. S. military prison on Wednesday, seven years after being arrested for passing secrets to WikiLeaks in the largest breach of classified information in U. S. history.
DNA Also reported by •India Today

Chelsea Manning released after seven years from military prison


newKerala.com Also reported by •SifyANI NewsDNA

Newly freed Chelsea Manning: 'I'm figuring things out'

She tweeted a picture of her feet in tennis shoes - with the caption "First steps of freedom!!"
DNA

Chelsea Manning is released from Kansas prison

chelsea manning is released from kansas prison
Chelsea Manning was released from Fort Leavenworth prison in Kansas just before 6am on Wednesday after the Army refused to give details about her release due to security concerns.
MailOnline India Also reported by •IndiaTimesDNA

WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning released from prison: army

Chelsea Manning, the transgender army private jailed for one of the largest leaks of classified documents in US history, was released from prison today, a US Army spokeswoman said.
DNA


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