In this file photo taken on May 24, 2018, former US soldier Chelsea Manning speaks during the C2 conference in Montreal, Canada. / AFP / Lars Hagberg
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Former military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning was freed from a U.S. jail Thursday after two months in custody – but faces a possible return to the lockup as soon as next week, a support group said.Manning was jailed in early March for refusing to testify in a grand jury investigation targeting the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks."Chelsea will continue to refuse to answer questions".Manning has previously said she had "ethical" objections to the grand jury system and had answered all questions about her involvement with WikiLeaks years ago.
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