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Reports3 months ago
Free Julian Assange demo ahead of upcoming extradition hearing
The future of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange hangs in the balance as the US government continues its legal battle to extradite him from the UK.
Free Julian Assange demo ahead of upcoming extradition hearing
Politics4 months ago
CIA reportedly plotted to kidnap, kill WikiLeaks founder in 2017
The US Central Intelligence Agency had secret plans to abduct or kill WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as then-spymaster Mike Pompeo was seeking revenge over hacking of the agency’s data. 
CIA reportedly plotted to kidnap, kill WikiLeaks founder in 2017
IN-DEPTH4 months ago
US citizens disgruntled by state surveillance
The US surveillance on its citizens is common knowledge yet the way the US government goes about spying and how it uses its surveillance data against the ones it targets is controversial.
US citizens disgruntled by state surveillance
Syria10 months ago
Group details OPCW cover-up in Douma chemical attack
A group dedicated to defending whistleblowers says the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) “sidestepped” concerns about its controversial investigation into the 2018 alleged chemical attack in Syria's Douma.
Group details OPCW cover-up in Douma chemical attack
Human Rights11 months ago
Biden administration seeks Julian Assange’s extradition 
A US Justice Department official has said the administration of President Joe Biden has appealed a British judge's ruling against the extradition of Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks.
Biden administration seeks Julian Assange’s extradition 
Politics11 months ago
Biden admin to press on with extradition of WikiLeaks’ Assange
The US Justice Department says the administration of newly-elected US President Joe Biden has decided to seek the extradition of WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange from the United Kingdom, despite calls to drop the espionage charges against him.
Biden admin to press on with extradition of WikiLeaks’ Assange
Human Rightsone year ago
Australia, Mexico offer protection to Assange after UK refuses US extradition
Australia’s prime minister says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is “free to return home” after his legal problems are taken care of, following the denial of a US plea for his extradition by a British court.
Australia, Mexico offer protection to Assange after UK refuses US extradition
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