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  • Julian Assange sentenced to 50 weeks in British jail for skipping bail

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been sentenced to 50 weeks in prison by a British court for skipping bail when he holed up in Ecuador's London embassy for seven years until police dragged him out last month.

  • The Fate of Julian Assange

    Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald once described WikiLeaks as being “one of the very few, if not only group, effectively putting fear into the hearts of the world's most powerful and corrupt people.” But was that too outlandish of a statement?

  • Why Julian Assange's extradition must be opposed at all costs

    Why Julian Assange's extradition must be opposed at all costs

    On Thursday, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested by the UK police inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he was

  • WikiLeaks: Journalism or not?

    After the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in London, his lawyer was quick to characterize it as an assault against the rights of journalists all over the world who seek to uncover secrets.

  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested

    ​WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is arrested by British police and carried out of the Ecuadorean embassy, where he has been holed up for nearly seven years to avoid extradition to Sweden over a sexual assault investigation.

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    Rape probe against WikiLeaks's Assange dropped

    Swedish prosecutors drop a seven-year rape investigation into Julian Assange, a legal victory for the WikiLeaks founder who has been holed up in the Ecuadoran embassy in London since 2012.

  • WikiLeaks a hostile intelligence service: CIA chief

    CIA Director Mike Pompeo calls WikiLeaks a "hostile intelligence service," using his first public speech as spy agency chief to denounce leakers who have plagued US intelligence.

  • WikiLeaks a hostile intelligence service: CIA chief

    CIA Director Mike Pompeo calls WikiLeaks a "hostile intelligence service," using his first public speech as spy agency chief to denounce leakers who have plagued US intelligence.

  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

    WikiLeaks offers CIA hacking tools to tech companies: Assange

    Wikileaks will provide technology companies with exclusive access to CIA hacking tools that it possesses so they can patch software flaws, founder Julian Assange says, presenting Silicon Valley with a potential dilemma on how to deal with the anti-secrecy group.

  • CIA contractors likely source of latest WikiLeaks release: US officials

    Contractors likely breached security and handed over documents describing the Central Intelligence Agency's use of hacking tools to anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, US intelligence and law enforcement officials say.

  • Why Turkey is so important

    Why Turkey is so important

    According to WikiLeaks, soon after Bashar Assad rejected the Qatar pipeline, the CIA began funding opposition groups in Syria…. intelligence documents, published by WikiLeaks, show that by 2012”, some US allies “were arming, training and funding radical Jihadist Sunni fighters from Syria, Iraq and elsewhere to overthrow the Assad's Shia allied regime.

  • Assange gets new company

    Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who has been living in the Ecuadorean embassy for almost four years, has gained a new companion - a pet kitten.

  • Julian Assange 'arbitrarily held'

    A UN panel rules in favour of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange after he complained he was "arbitrarily detained", the BBC understands.

  • Wikileaks claims release of CIA boss’s emails

    Wikileaks claims to have released some of the contents of CIA director John Brennan's personal email account.

  • Julian Assange 'disappointed' as sex assault case dropped

    Swedish prosecutors have dropped their investigation into sexual assault allegations against Julian Assange because they were "time barred".

  • US ‘spied on Japan’: WikiLeaks

    The US spied on Japanese politicians, its top central banker and major firms including conglomerate Mitsubishi, according to documents released by WikiLeaks on Friday, in the latest revelation about Washington's snooping on allies.

  • France's Hollande says US spying unacceptable

    French President Francois Hollande brands as "unacceptable" reported spying by the United States on French senior officials and warned Paris would not tolerate actions that threaten its security.

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