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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Wikileaks

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Assange calls on US to drop 'witch-hunt against WikiLeaks'
Speaking from the Ecuadorian embassy in London, the WikiLeaks founder describes Bradley Manning as “a hero and an example”.
Assange to make public statement from Ecuadorian embassy
The WikiLeaks founder will face arrest if he steps outside – and may make a public statement from a ground floor window.
Assange faces boredom and stress as embassy standoff continues
Visitors who have been to see Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy say he’s upbeat, but living very modestly.
Poll: Should the UK stop Julian Assange from seeking asylum in Ecuador?
The UK says it has an obligation to extradite Assange to Sweden – but opponents claim he is being persecuted for political reasons. What do you think?
Ecuador grants asylum to Assange - but London says he WILL be extradited
The Foreign Office in the UK said that the decision “changes nothing” and the Wikileaks founder will still be extradited to Sweden.
Wikileaks, Ecuador condemn 'UK threat to storm' embassy for Assange
The Wikileaks founder continues in his bid to avoid extradition to Sweden.
Bradley Manning trial: Lawyers ask court to drop 'break-in' charge
Attorneys at Manning’s military pre-trial hearings say the US Army Private had permission to read the ‘Cablegate’ files.
Wikileaks publishes "embarrassing" Syria Files
They include more than two million emails from Syrian political figures, ministries and associated companies.
'The Ballad of Julian Assange' among songs featuring on new Wikileaks CD
The Beat the Blockade CD is the latest attempt by the whistleblowing organisation to raise funds for its projects.
Ecuador ambassador briefed on Assange in Sweden
Ecuador is mulling over whether to offer the WikiLeaks founder asylum, after he took refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Tuesday.
There's "no hint" of US plan to take Assange from Sweden, says Australian minister
Assange has sought asylum in bid to avoid being extradited to Sweden.
WikiLeaks founder Assange seeks Ecuador asylum
Julian Assange yesterday walked into Ecuador’s embassy in London and applied for political asylum in a sensational bid to avoid extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crimes.
Court rejects Assange bid to reopen case
The Wikileaks founder is now one step closer to being extradited to Sweden to face sex crime allegations.
Gilmore: 'I never told US Embassy I wanted second Lisbon referendum'
The Tánaiste dismisses WikiLeaks’ tale of events, saying: ‘Don’t believe everything you read.’
Assange loses UK Supreme Court appeal against extradition
But it’s not over yet – the Supreme Court puts a two-week stay on the ruling to allow another defence argument.
Makers of Kony video ‘spied for Ugandan government’ – WikiLeaks
A US embassy cable published by WikiLeaks suggests a former child soldier was arrested after an Invisible Children tip-off.
Julian Assange: I may be biggest media victim since the McCanns
The Wikileaks chief has hit out at press coverage of his case, revealing that he has made official complaints on 75 occasions.
Julian Assange plans to run for Australian Senate
The 40-year-old founder of Wikileaks will have to overcome the obstacle of being under virtual house arrest in England and facing sex crime allegations in Sweden.
WikiLeaks emails suggest Bin Laden corpse 'brought to America'
Internet emails at the intelligence company Stratfor suggest Osama bin Laden’s body wasn’t buried at sea, as suggested.
The Daily Fix: Monday
All the day’s main news as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed in one handy round-up…
WikiLeaks, Anonymous collaborate to release emails from intelligence firm
Some five million emails from the Stratfor intelligence firms appear to have been obtained when Anonymous struck in December.
Bradley Manning defers court plea in WikiLeaks case
The US Army private is accused of passing sensitive and classified information to WikiLeaks.
Assange in UK supreme court to fight extradition order
Over the next two days, the Wikileaks founder will try to persuade British judges to quash an order for him to face sexual assault allegations in Sweden.
Julian Assange's next move? Hosting his own TV show
The Wikileaks founder will film a 10-part TV show where he speaks to “key political players, thinkers and revolutionaries from around the world”.
#ge11, #Egypt, #tigerblood: the year in Twitter hashtags
From our own #aras11 to the devastation of the #Japan earthquake and tsunami, here’s how some of 2011′s most defining events were captured on Twitter…
Preliminary hearing of WikiLeaks source suspect Bradley Manning draws to a close
Manning will have to wait until mid-January to find out if he is to face trail for allegedly aiding the enemy.
Manning 'claimed he was removing the fog of war' in Wikileaks disclosure
A court has heard evidence from the military’s case against against the former US army intelligence officer accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of documents to Wikileaks.
Bradley Manning hearing embroiled in dispute
The pre-trial hearing of the young soldier accused of leaking secrets to Wikileaks began today – but very quickly got bogged down in legal arguments.
Assange granted leave to appeal Swedish extradition
The UK Supreme Court gives the WikiLeaks founder the right to appeal his extradition to Sweden for rape charges.
Assange wins right to further appeal extradition to Sweden
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can appeal his extradition to Sweden over sex crimes allegations.
WikiLeaks releases 'spy files'
The Spy Files contain information on almost 300 companies that offer intelligence services. WikiLeaks said this secret industry has boomed since 9/11 and is worth billions per year.
Twitter ordered to hand over details of WikiLeaks sympathiser accounts
A federal judge rules that Twitter must reveal the IP addresses of three users apparently connected with a criminal investigation.
WikiLeaks founder Assange loses extradition block bid
Julian Assange is to be sent to Sweden for questioning over sexual assault allegations.
Questions over future of WikiLeaks as Assange awaits extradition ruling
Julian Assange is awaiting the British High Court’s ruling on Sweden’s request to extradite him over sexual assault allegations.