An Israeli prison guard stands outside Ayalon prison in Ramle near Tel Aviv February 13, 2013. REUTERS/Nir Elias
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An Israeli woman convicted of spying and leaking classified military documents to the media walked free on Sunday after serving 26 months of a four-and-a-half year prison sentence.Kam was convicted in October 2011 after pleading guilty to leaking documents used by Haaretz newspaper in a 2008 article which said troops were ordered to carry out targeted killings of Palestinian militants in violation of a supreme court order.Journalist Uri Blau, whose report in Haaretz was based on documents supplied by Kam, was sentenced to four months of community service after admitting in a plea bargain to the charge of possessing classified military documents and handing them over to authorities.
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