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# Wikileaks

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Julian Assange has 'a bad tooth, a frozen shoulder and depression' but the UK still wants to arrest him
An arrest warrant for the WikiLeaks founder was upheld in a London court.
Ecuador has granted Julian Assange citizenship
Ecuador had asked London to recognise Assange as a diplomat so that he could be granted safe passage out of the UK.
Jared Kushner fails to hand over emails sent to Trump team about WikiLeaks and Russia
A Senate committee has given Kushner a 27 November deadline to provide the additional documents.
Trump Jr releases messages with WikiLeaks during 2016 campaign
The private messages released by Trump Jr on Twitter show him responding to the website three times.
Assange hails 'important victory' after Sweden drops rape investigation
“The road is far from over. The war, the proper war, is just commencing.”
Chelsea Manning released from prison in US
The US Army confirmed that she had left Fort Leavenworth in Kansas.
Assange asks Sweden to drop arrest warrant so that he can fly to Ecuador
Assange has so far lost eight bids to cancel the arrest warrant over rape allegations against him.
Arrest of Julian Assange a 'priority' in US clampdown on all leaks
“Whenever a case can be made, we will seek to put some people in jail,” US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said.
Wikileaks releases CIA hacks of Apple devices (that users can't undo)
Security experts say the exploits are plausible, but suggest they pose little threat to typical users as they require physical access to devices.
Assange accuses CIA of 'devastating incompetence' and warns he has a lot more info to leak
US officials told CNN that a federal criminal investigation was being opened into the leak.
WikiLeaks releases over 8,000 documents 'hacked from CIA'
The files appear to show the CIA wanted to subvert software products and use them as surveillance devices.
'I stand by everything I said': Assange keeps pledge to travel to the US
If he travels outside of this jurisdiction, it’s likely that Assange will be charged by the US for the 2010 documents leak.
Assange says he will travel to the US - if his rights are 'guaranteed'
He had said he would go to America if Chelsea Manning’s sentence was commuted.
Assange 'standing by' offer to be extradited to US - lawyer
Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since June 2012 to avoid being extradited to Sweden.
Donald Trump tweets backing of Julian Assange and mocks US intelligence agencies
The US President-elect continues to defy conventions.
Hillary, pizza and a phony sex scandal: the power of 'fake news'
Conspiracy theorists claim pizza restaurant Comet is not just a purveyor of pizza and beer but a sinister front hiding a politically connected pedophile ring.
Prosecutors arrive in London to question Assange over rape allegations
The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has denied the claims, saying they were politically motivated.
Julian Assange to be questioned over rape allegations at embassy where he lives
Assange has welcomed the news saying he is looking forward to the “chance to clear his name”.
CNN parts company with Democrat analyst over debate question leaks to Clinton
Hacked emails released by WikiLeaks showed that she shared questions with Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
"What he wants to do is interfere with the machinery of government" - Julian Assange's mission
The founder of Wikileaks detailed his approach a decade ago in an essay.
Leaked memo shows PR firm with Irish links helped set up lucrative speeches for Bill Clinton
Declan Kelly, Alan Kelly’s brother, co-founded consulting firm Teneo Holdings.
Hillary Clinton and Wikileaks: Is it legitimate to release personal emails in full?
Should Wikileaks ensure that only details of public interest are released? The answers are not black and white, writes Julien Mercille.
Ecuador has cut internet access for WikiLeaks founder over US election
Julian Assange has sought asylum at London’s Ecuadorean embassy since 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over sex assault allegations.
Hacked emails show Clinton's team considered Apple's Tim Cook for her running mate
The emails also claim Bill Gates, his wife Melinda and General Motors chief executive Mary Barra were mentioned as possible vice presidents.
Wikileaks accuse John Kerry of ordering Ecuador to cut off Julian Assange's wifi
A staunch critic of Hillary Clinton, Assange has been accused of turning Wikileaks into a “prop for Trump”.
Wikileaks has accused unknown state actors of cutting Julian Assange's internet connection
Assange has been hiding in the Ecuadorean Embassy in central London for over four years in a bid to avoid rape charges in Sweden.
Pamela Anderson visits Julian Assange at Ecuadorean Embassy
Anderson joked that Assange wasn’t pleased with her choice of a meal, saying “he said I tortured him with bringing him vegan food.”
Here's what Hillary told Wall Street behind closed doors, according to leaked transcripts
Clinton had refused to release transcripts of the speeches, despite repeated calls to do so from Bernie Sanders.
Julian Assange could be holed up for another four years over rape allegations
A Swedish court has again ruled that the arrest warrant against him is valid.
Chelsea Manning ends hunger strike as US army agrees to pay for her gender surgery
Manning, famed for providing classified documents to whistleblower site Wikileaks, had been on hunger strike since last Friday.
Chelsea Manning begins hunger strike in military prison
She claims the military is refusing to treat her gender dysphoria.
Julian Assange to be interviewed in Ecuadorian embassy over rape allegations
The WikiLeaks founder has been sheltering at the Ecuadorian embassy in London since June 2012.
Democrats hacked again as Snowden and Assange fall out over leaks
Edward Snowden has publicly criticised the strategy of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Chelsea Manning attempted to take her own life, legal team confirms
Manning’s legal team say she will be kept under close observation for several weeks.
Julian Assange is still wanted for rape in Sweden
Assange will appeal the ruling, one of his Swedish lawyers said.
Julian Assange should be compensated by Britain and Sweden says the UN
The panel published its report into Assange’s three year stay at the Ecuadorian embassy this morning.
Chelsea Manning's chances of parole hurt by magazine and toothpaste charges
She has been spared solitary confinement, however.
Chelsea Manning in trouble over Caitlyn Jenner magazine
The former US army soldier is serving a 35-year military prison sentence.
Julian Assange is 'extremely disappointed' as sex assault case is dropped
An inquiry into a rape allegation continues.
It's Julian Assange's birthday and he's spending it arguing with the Republic of France
France have denied him political asylum but the activist claims he never asked for it in the first place.