WikiLeaks' Assange granted bail by U.K. judge

The Associated PressDecember 16, 2010 

LONDON — Julian Assange will be freed on bail and sent to stay at a British country mansion, a U.K. judge ruled Thursday, rejecting prosecutors' attempts to keep the WikiLeaks founder in prison as he fights extradition to Sweden.

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