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Assange: British courts treat me worse than a war criminal

Assange: British courts treat me worse than a war criminal

Julian Assange has claimed he is being treated worse than a war criminal by British courts. The founder of the Wikileaks whistleblowing website attacked the gruelling bail conditions imposed by British courts. I had to wear a monitoring unit ... MSN UK, 1 week ago
Spiegel Online

SPIEGEL Interview with Julian Assange 'We Are Drowning in Material'

07/20/2015 12:20 AM 'We Are Drowning in Material' Interview Conducted By Michael Sontheimer In an interview, Julian Assange, 44, talks about the comeback of the WikiLeaks whistleblowing platform and his desire to provide assistance to a ...
 Spiegel Online1 week ago We Are Drowning in Material  ZNet1 week ago

Swedish Protraction of Assange Case Runs Counter to Justice - WikiLeaks

The protraction of the investigation into the case of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's alleged sexual crimes by the Swedish authorities runs counter to the principles of a just society, a WikiLeaks spokesman told Sputnik Thursday. MOSCOW ...
 Sputnik2 weeks ago

Sweden Red-Faced as Assange Unlikely to Be Charged Over Sex Assault Claims

Swedish prosecutors investigating Julian Assange over sexual assault allegations look likely to be left red-faced after a lawyer representing one of the women at the center of the claims admitted the WikiLeaks founder is likely to never face charges ...
 Sputnik2 weeks ago
Japan Times

France says no to asylum for WikiLeaks` Julian Assange

Paris: The French government rejected an asylum request from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Friday, saying he did not face "immediate danger". "France cannot act on his request," said the office of President Francois Hollande in a statement, ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago France rebuffs alleged request for asylum by WikiLeaks chief  Japan Times3 weeks ago Hollande turns down Assange request for France asylum  Lebanon Daily Star3 weeks ago France rejects Assange's 'protection' request  Frontier Post3 weeks ago
Irish Independent

WikiLeaks founder fails in bid for French asylum Europe

France has rejected Julian Assange's request for asylum, saying the Wikileaks founder who has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for three years did not face "immediate danger". Mr Assange had written an open letter to the president, ...
 Irish Independent3 weeks ago France Turns Down Assange Asylum Plea  New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Asylum plea rejected for WikiLeaks founder

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange made an apparent appeal for asylum in France on Friday — the day of his 44th birthday — only to be immediately rejected by the French government. In an open letter published by French daily Le Monde , the ...
 MSNBC3 weeks ago France Rejects Assange's Birthday Bid for Asylum  NBCNews.com3 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Greens condemn hostility towards Assange

Australian Greens senator Scott Ludlum has condemned the hostility of both the Coalition government and Labor towards Australian WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange who on Friday marks the third anniversary of his entry into Ecuador's embassy in ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago Greens condemn Coalition and Labor hostility towards Julian Assange as the WikiLeaks publisher marks three years in Ecuador's embassy  Melbourne Age1 month ago
Irish Times

Swedish prosecutor cancelled London interview, says Julian Assange

The Swedish prosecutor has cancelled an appointment to interview Julian Assange inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, according to the WikiLeaks founder. Mr Assange said the move by Marianne Ny was reckless. The activist has been living ...
 Irish Times1 month ago Prosecutor cancels Assange meeting  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago

France says Assange isn't in danger, denies asylum request

Previous Next Wikileaks founder and editor-in-chief Julian Assange sent an open letter to French President François Hollande asking for asylum, but the request was almost immediately rejected. The letter was published in French newspaper Le ...
 AOL.com3 weeks ago
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