WikiLeaks and the State Department Cables

LONDON - A British judge agreed Tuesday to release Julian Assange on bail, potentially setting the controversial founder of the WikiLeaks Web site free in coming days to fight an extradition warrant to Sweden from outside a prison cell.
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