UK judge confirms bail conditions ahead of extradition hearing over alleged sex crimes in Sweden.
Julian Assange said he hopes to continue his work and protest his innocence in fighting sex-crime allegations
Julian Assange, the founder of whistleblower website WikiLeaks, has been freed after spending nine days in solitary confinement in a London jail over alleged sexual offences.
Assange was released late on Thursday after a senior British judge ruled that he can be released on conditional bail following a week of legal drama over a request from Sweden for his extradition.
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