Julian Assange

Julian Assange's internet access 'cut'

Julian Assange's internet access 'cut'

London, Oct 18 : WikiLeaks have announced that Ecuador has shut down internet access for its founder Julian Assange.

"We can confirm Ecuador cut off Assange's internet access Saturday, 5 pm GMT, shortly after publication of (Hillary) Clinton's Goldman Sachs speeches," WikiLeaks tweeted on Monday.

WikiLeaks to publish more Hillary Clinton emails

WikiLeaks to publish more Hillary Clinton emails

London, June 13 : Founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange said his organisation is preparing to publish more emails Democratic Party's presumptive presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sent and received while she was the the secretary of state.

Assange's comments was made during an interview on British commercial network, ITV on Sunday, the Guardian reported.

UN calls on UK, Sweden to end 'arbitrary detention' of Julian Assange

UN calls on UK, Sweden to end 'arbitrary detention' of Julian Assange

London,Feb.5:A United Nations panel has ruled in favour of Julian Assange and said that the UK and Sweden is 'arbitrarily detaining' the WikiLeaks founder.

The Independent reported that the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention called on Swedish and British authorities to end Mr Assange's 'deprivation of liberty'.

Ecuador demands compensation for housing Assange in London embassy

Ecuador demands compensation for housing Assange in London embassy

London, Feb 5 : After the Swedish Foreign Ministry said that a UN panel will declare WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's detention illegal, Ecuador asked for a compensation for housing Assange in its London embassy.

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa said the declaration by the UN panel shows that they were right.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to be questioned by Sweden

Julian Assange

New Delhi, Dec.14 : Ecuador has agreed to allow Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to be questioned by the Swedish authorities at the Ecuadorean embassy in London.

Assange took refuge there three years ago to avoid extradition to Sweden on charges of sexual assault against two women in 2010.

Sweden drops investigation into sexual assault charges against Assange

Julian Assange

London, Aug 13 - Swedish prosecutors will drop their investigation into the sexual assault charges against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange due to the statute of limitations.

According to the BBC, since the prosecutors have not succeeded in questioning the Wikileaks founder, they have run out of time to investigate Assange for sexual assault.

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