Former US army intelligence analyst and Wikileaks source Chelsea Manning has been released from prison.
Manning was remanded for refusing to testify in an inquiry into Wikileaks. She had been held in a detention centre in Virginia since last May.
She was scheduled to appear in court on Friday, but the judge ruled that it was no longer necessary for her to testify.
Manning was found guilty in 2013 of charges including espionage for leaking secret military files to Wikileaks.
She accrued more than $250,000 (£198,000) in fines for refusing to co-operate with the inquiry. Her legal team had asked for these to be vacated, but the judge said they must be paid in full.
Manning, 32, refused to answer further questions about Wikileaks from investigators because she said she had already given her testimony during the 2013 trial.
Her release order on Thursday came shortly after her legal team said she had tried to take her own life and was recovering in hospital.
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