Sweden discontinues Julian Assange rape investigation after nearly 10 years
A Swedish prosecutor said on Tuesday she would not proceed with a...
The year of the scapegoat: Carlos Ghosn, the Indian millennial, and the fall guys of 2019
This year has not been kind to the species most pre...
Julian Assange to stay in jail over absconding fears
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will remain in prison even when his jail term ends beca...
Looking for America - Is Julian Assange heading to the United States?
Assange's supporters, who cast him as a dissident facing the wrath of a superpower, fear the 47-year-old will end up on trial in the United States.
Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange arrested in UK
The Metropolitan Police said he had been taken into custody and will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court "as soon as is possible".
Julian Assange's father requests Australian government to help his son
According to Sputnik, Shipton, in his interview, expressed that he was shocked to see the manner in which his son was carried out of the Ecuadorian Embassy by British police on Thursday.
Ecuador denies it will imminently expel Assange from embassy
Assange was "prepared" for expulsion from the building, a British friend of his said on Tuesday.
Russians tried to help Julian Assange escape from London embassy hideout
Russian officials had devised a covert plan to help Wikileaks founder Julian Assange escape to Russia from his Ecuadorian embassy hideout in London, a UK media report claimed on Friday.
PM coins new acronyms for BC and AD to take a swipe at Congress, says it is 'Before Congress' and "After Dynasty'
Modi said the Congress keeps bringing up 1947 like BC and AD whenever the current government speaks about its achievements since 2014 when it came to power.
Julian Assange embassy stay dangerous to health: Doctors
A pair of doctors reached the verdict after spending 20 hours over three days in October performing "a comprehensive physical and psychological evaluation" of Assange, The Guardian reported Wednesday.
Dr D's column: Of cats, consent and cuddles
Is this an instance of cat-calling?
Ex-CIA officer charged with massive leak to WikiLeaks
Joshua Adam Schulte, 29, was hit with a 13-count superseding indictment yesterday that accuses him with everything from the theft of government property to copyright infringement to obstruction of justice.
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