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Julian Assange Tweets Out Cryptic Chess Game One Day After Receiving Ecuadorian Citizenship (Updated)

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange tweeted out a picture of a ‘safe white king’ chess match one day after he received Ecuadorian citizenship. Zero Hedge describes the chess game a famous 1918 chess match in which Cuban chess master José Raúl Capablanca defeats U.S. Show More Summary

Julian Assange Tweets Out Cryptic Chess Game One Day After Receiving Ecuadorian Citizenship

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange tweeted out a picture of a ‘safe white king’ chess match one day after he received Ecuadorian citizenship. Zero Hedge describes the chess game a famous 1918 chess match in which Cuban chess master José Raúl Capablanca defeats U.S. Show More Summary

Assange Tweets Famous Chess Match Depicting "Safe White King" One Day After Ecuador Grants Citizenship

One day after Julian Assange was granted Ecuadorian citizenship, the Wikileaks founder tweeted a cryptic picture of a famous 1918 chess match in which Cuban chess master José Raúl Capablanca defeats U.S. champion Frank Marshall using...Show More Summary

Julian Assange’s Poor Hygiene Reportedly Partly To Blame For Recent Effort To Oust Him Ecuador Embassy

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange reportedly suffers from sub-par hygiene, an issue that became so disturbing to Ecuadorian ambassadors to London that it played a role in Ecuador’s recent efforts to remove him from the building. As Inquisitr...Show More Summary

REPORT: Journalists Bribe Ecuadorian Embassy Staff For Photo of Julian Assange — Without Success

Ecuador has granted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange both diplomatic status and a passport for international travel. The move has prompted a frenzy of speculation concerning Assange’s potential future travel plans. Will the WikiLeaks...Show More Summary

Ecuador Officially Adopts Large Adult Son Julian Assange

Julian Assange, who has been living in Ecuador's embassy in London for the past five years, is officially being granted Ecuadorian citizenship. What does that mean for Assange's future? It's still very unclear. More »      

Ecuador Grants Citizenship To Julian Assange, Who Lives In London Embassy

4 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, originally sought refuge in an Ecuadorian embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden. That case against him has been dropped, but he continues to stay there.

Assange Granted Citizenship, but He's Still in a Snag

Following a "total victory" last spring, Julian Assange has faced a setback in his attempt to extricate himself from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London that's been his home for five and a half years. The British government announced Thursday it had rejected Ecuador's request to grant Assange diplomatic status, which...

What's Next For Julian Assange? Ecuador Gives Citizenship To Wikileaks Founder

The former computer hacker has lived in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012.

Britain Denies Diplomatic Status For Julian Assange

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The Telegraph reports: The Foreign Office turned down a request from the Ecuadorian government to grant Julian Assange diplomatic status, amid reports the WikiLeaks founder may have received citizenship from the Andean country. Quito said the country was seeking mediation to resolve the impasse. Show More Summary

UK denies diplomatic immunity to Julian Assange

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The United Kingdom’s Foreign Office rejected the Ecuadorian government’s request to grant diplomatic immunity to the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Foreign Office said in a statement the only way for the embassy to resolve Assange’s issue would be for him to leave its premises and face...

Julian Assange's Options To Get Out Of Ecuadorian Embassy Are Rapidly Narrowing

The government of the UK has denied a motion to grant Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012 over fears he could be extradited, diplomatic protections. More »      

Britain rejects request to grant Julian Assange diplomatic status amid reports of Ecuadorean citizenship

5 days agoNews : The Lookout

The Foreign Office turned down a request from the Ecuadorian government to grant Julian Assange diplomatic status, amid reports the WikiLeaks founder may have received citizenship from the Andean country. Mr Assange, 46, has been living...Show More Summary

Julian Assange Granted Ecuadorian Passport Day After Veiled Eviction Threat

Julian Assange has been granted an Ecuadorian passport, just one day after threatening to evict him from their London Embassy, according to a report in Ecuador's largest newspaper and confirmed by ZeroHedge.  Earlier today the WikiLeaks...Show More Summary

Julian Assange Granted Ecuadorian Passport – Posts Photo in Nation’s Jersey

On Wednesday, Julian Assange tweeted a photo of himself wearing an Ecuadorian soccer jersey amid reports that he was granted a passport from the nation on December 21. pic.twitter.com/LB5jzQmJLb — Julian Assange ? (@JulianAssange) January...Show More Summary

Assange situation 'not sustainable', says Ecuador government - CNET

A third party may negotiate the Wikileaks founder's departure from London's Ecuadorian embassy after five years of self-imposed exile.

CONFIRMED: Claims That Assange Has Left Ecuadorian Embassy Are FALSE

Rumors and speculation have been swirling on Twitter after misleading reports were published claiming that Julian Assange has left the Ecuadorian Embassy — the Gateway Pundit can confirm that these reports are false. A WikiLeaks legal...Show More Summary

Guatita

Every culture swears by its hangover cure. Americans chow down on greasy diner food. The Japanese pop pieces of salted plums. Ecuadorians, meanwhile, tuck into warm bowls of guatita. From the Spanish for "little belly," guatita is a stew that revolves around cow stomach, also known as tripe. Show More Summary

Guayusa

It's just before sunrise in the Ecuadorian rainforest. Members of the Kichwa community boil leaves from the guayusa tree in a large pot known as a guayucero. When the brew is ready, they sit around the fire, sip the tea, and discuss their dreams.  This is how the indigenous tribe begins each day. Show More Summary

Assange's Twitter Account Mysteriously Deleted, Days After Seth Rich Hint

Julian Assange's Twitter account was mysteriously deleted on Christmas Eve, leaving perhaps the most important witness in the Trump-Russia investigation cut off from the rest of the world while he sits in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Attempting...Show More Summary

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