STOCKHOLM (AP) — Sweden ramped up security at its three nuclear power plants Thursday after a small amount of explosives without a triggering device was found on a forklift on the grounds of the country's largest atomic power station, authorities said. Police were investigating possible sabotage, but insisted that even if there had been a blast it would not have posed any great danger.
A British judge ordered Julian Assange released on 200,000 pounds ($316,000) bail today, but the WikiLeaks founder will remain in custody for at least two more days after Swedish prosecutors challenged that decision.
, December 14, 2010
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