In a shocking new set of cables released by Julian Assange's Wikileaks organization, highly classified documents show that the NSA bugged meetings between UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon's and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (over climate...Show More Summary
The US government tried to put pressure on Evo Morales and blackmail him into trying to make him change Bolivia’s economic policies, according to Norwegian investigative journalist Eirik Vold, who spent two years studying WikiLeaks documents related to the issue.
A court in Stockholm on Monday confirmed receiving a request from Swedish lawyers of the WikiLeaks founder to overturn Julian Assange’s arrest warrant due to new circumstances in his case.
Lawyers in Sweden have made a formal request to a Swedish court for the arrest warrant of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be overturned.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Lawyers for Julian Assange have asked a Swedish court to overturn an arrest warrant for the Wikileaks founder, following a ruling by a U.N. panel that his stay in Ecuador's London embassy amounts to "arbitrary detention".
Assange tells Salon that WikiLeaks has new releases in the works and talks about Sanders — and his limitations
The US gave millions of dollars to a separatist movement in Bolivia and knew of attacks planned by militant opposition groups, according to documents from 2006-2009 obtained by WikiLeaks.
The founder of WikiLeaks talks about what it's like to live in the same building for more than three years. He says he misses nothing from the outside world, apart from his children and his mother.
The “hactivist” site has released a classified report detailing Operation Sophia, a European Union military intervention involving “refugee boats” in Libya and the Mediterranean. According to WikiLeaks, the report “presses the responsible...Show More Summary
Earlier today WikiLeaks released a classified report about the work of Operation SOPHIA, the EU military intervention against so-called "refugee boats" off the coast of Libya, WikiLeaks said in a statement.
The UK and Sweden must "set a good example to the rest of the world" and accept the recommendations by a UN Working Group that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arbitrarily detained.
A human rights expert at the United Nations has called on the U.K. and Swedish governments to act upon a ruling that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be “freed” from London’s Ecuadorian embassy. Alfred de Zayas, the U.N. Independent...Show More Summary
Ten quotes that illustrate his megalomania and indifference to the deaths of untold numbers of civilians. Henry Kissinger's quote released by Wikileaks," the illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer," likely brought a smile to his legions of elite media, government, corporate and high society admirers. Show More Summary
WikiLeaks has hit back at British Prime Minister David Cameron for spreading incorrect information after the PM claimed that Julian Assange was "being asked to stand trial in Sweden."
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The Swedish prosecutor heading a preliminary investigation into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange over an allegation of rape said she was preparing a new application to interview the Wikileaks founder in Ecuador's embassy in London.
The Swedish Prosecution Authority has confirmed it has compiled a list of questions in line with the legal case against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, but will take at least two weeks for them to be delivered, a source in the Prosecution Authority told Sputnik on Tuesday.
In the News The UN working group on arbitrary detention have concluded that the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been “arbitrarily detained” by Britain and Sweden in the Ecuadorian Embassy for the last three and a half years. In particular, the working group considered that Mr Assange had not been guaranteed a fair trial, in […]
Submitted by Claire Bernish via TheAntiMedia.org, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s years-long confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy in London has been ruled unlawful by the U.N.’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, and his lawyers have now called for Sweden’s extradition request to be dropped immediately. Show More Summary
British newspaper columnists on Saturday took aim at Julian Assange and the UN panel that found the anti-secrecy campaigner had been “arbitrarily detained”. The WikiLeaks founder, who faces a rape allegation in Sweden, urged Britain to let him walk free from Ecuador’s London...
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange staying at the Ecuadorian embassy is an issue of Quito, Stockholm and London, the US State Department official told Sputnik.