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World Press Reacts To Bradley Manning Verdict

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A day after a U.S. military court convicted Bradley Manning of 20 charges -- including espionage, theft and computer fraud -- the world press reacted Wednesday to the WikiLeaks whistleblower judgment. Some newspapers chose to emphasize the fact that Manning was found not guilty on the most serious charge of aiding the enemy.

UK

"Cold comfort for Manning as army court seals his fate"

The Guardian


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"Not guilty of aiding America's enemy

... but Bradley Manning still faces a lifetime behind bars"

The Independent

SPAIN

"The U.S. convicts WikiLeaks whistleblower over espionage

Manning faces a 136-year sentence"

El País.

Germany

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"Can't be blamed for everything"

Die Tageszeitung

ITALY

"WikiLeaks, Manning guilty

But he didn't help the enemy"

La Reppublica

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