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FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010 file photo, former Israeli soldier Anat Kamm attends a court hearing in Tel Aviv, Israel. Israel’s military censor, which has long served as the country’s guardian of state secrets, is suddenly under the microscope following a pair of sensitive reports broken by the international media. In 2010, a court-ordered ban prevented local reporting of the case of Anat Kamm, a former female soldier charged with leaking more than 2,000 military documents to a newspaper. The case was reported extensively in blogs and foreign press, which Israeli media were initially forced to cite before the gag order was lifted. (AP Photos/David Bachar, File) **ISRAEL OUT**

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FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010 file photo, former Israeli soldier Anat Kamm attends a court hearing in Tel Aviv, Israel. Israel’s military censor, which has long served as the country’s guardian of state secrets, is suddenly under the microscope following a pair of sensitive reports broken by the international media. In 2010, a court-ordered ban prevented local reporting of the case of Anat Kamm, a former female soldier charged with leaking more than 2,000 military documents to a newspaper. The case was reported extensively in blogs and foreign press, which Israeli media were initially forced to cite before the gag order was lifted. (AP Photos/David Bachar, File) **ISRAEL OUT**
FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010 file photo, former Israeli soldier Anat Kamm attends a court hearing in Tel Aviv, Israel. Israel’s military censor, which has long served as the country’s guardian of state secrets, is suddenly under the microscope following a pair of sensitive reports broken by the international media. In 2010, a court-ordered ban prevented local reporting of the case of Anat Kamm, a former female soldier charged with leaking more than 2,000 military documents to a newspaper. The case was reported extensively in blogs and foreign press, which Israeli media were initially forced to cite before the gag order was lifted. (AP Photos/David Bachar, File) **ISRAEL OUT**
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