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WikiLeaks' Assange mocks Obama via video at UN event


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaking via a choppy video feed from his virtual house arrest in London, lashed out at US President Barack Obama on Wednesday for supporting freedom of speech in the

Ecuador, Britain fail to reach deal on Assange


Britain and Ecuador failed to reach agreement on the fate of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Thursday at a meeting of their foreign ministers here, officials said.

"We see no immediate solution,

Wiki sparks outrage by linking Libya attack to arrest Assange


Wikileaks has sparked outrage by saying that the Libyan embassy was attacked because the US has backed Britain's threats to storm the Ecuadorian embassy in London and arrest Julian Assange.

WikiLeaks says US gave 'tacit approval' to embassy attacks


Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks declared on Wednesday that the United States had effectively given groups an opening to attack its embassies by supporting the siege of its founder Julian Assange.


Assange expects to stay in embassy for up to a year


Julian Assange expects to remain holed up in Ecuador's London embassy for up to a year as the two countries struggle to resolve a diplomatic row over the controversial WikiLeaks founder.

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British plans to arrest Assange accidentally revealed


British police accidentally let slip their plans to arrest Julian Assange should he leave the Ecuadoran embassy in London, with pictures of their notes appearing in newspapers on Saturday.

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Assange supporters target British government websites


The Anonymous cyber-hacking group claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a series of attempted attacks on British government websites, in support of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Anonymous said on

Sweden unlikely to extradite Assange to US: Australia


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was unlikely to be extradited from Sweden to the United States if there was a risk of the death penalty or a military court, Australia's foreign minister said on Wedne

WikiLeaks urges Sweden to rule out Assange extradition to US


WikiLeaks on Sunday urged Sweden, which wants to question its website's founder Julian Assange over alleged sexual misconduct, to guarantee it would not extradite him to the United States.

"It would

WikiLeaks founder Assange set to face world's media


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was to face the world's media Sunday from Ecuador's embassy in London where he has been holed up for two months, but the Australian risks arrest if he steps outside.

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