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WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange in final plea to avoid extradition

WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange on Monday play his final card in a lengthy legal battle to avoid extradition to Sweden over rape claims when he appeals to Britain's top court to overturn the order.


Assange can pursue extradition fight in Britain: court

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was on Monday granted permission to apply to England's highest court in a final attempt to block his extradition to Sweden over rape allegations.

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Indian Swiss account details may be out next year: Assange

The names of Indians holding Swiss bank accounts may be revealed by Wikileaks sometime next year, its founder Julian Assange said on Saturday.

Assange, who is under house arrest in the UK, said at th

New WikiLeaks 'spy files' show global surveillance industry


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange launched the website's new project on Thursday, the publication of files it claims shows a global industry that gives dictatorships tools to spy on their citizens.


WikiLeaks wins Australian journalism award


WikiLeaks has been recognised in Australia for its 'outstanding contribution to journalism', with founder Julian Assange lashing out at 'cowardly' Prime Minister Julia Gillard in an acceptance speech.

WikiLeaks chief Assange makes new UK extradition challenge

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange applied on Tuesday for Britain's Supreme Court to hear his appeal against extradition to Sweden, dragging out a legal saga that has already lasted more than a year.


WikiLeaks' Julian Assange loses extradition appeal

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden to answer sex crime allegations.

In a judgment Wednesday, Judges John Thomas and Duncan Ousely said that Assange, wh

WikiLeaks says 'blockade' threatens its existence


WikiLeaks will have to stop publishing secret cables and devote itself to fund-raising if it is unable to end a financial "blockade" by U.S. firms such as Visa and MasterCard by the end of the year, f

WikiLeaks suspends publishing of secrets due to lack of funds


The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks said on Monday it was suspending publishing classified US diplomatic files to focus instead on fundraising "to ensure our future survival".

Wikileaks defection reports false, says Julian Assange


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange described as nonsense reports of defections from his organisation and said his group helped inspire the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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