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US prepares charges to seek arrest of WikiLeaks' Assange
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US prepares charges to seek Assange's arrest

US authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, officials told CNN on Friday. Business Standard, 4 days ago

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Reports: US prosecutors weighing charges against WikiLeaks

Two media reports say US prosecutors are preparing or closely considering charges against the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, including its founder Julian Assange, for revealing sensitive government secrets. CNN reported today that authorities are preparing to ...
 Business Standard4 days ago
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WikiLeaks: CIA director Mike Pompeo denounces the anti-secrecy group Donald Trump has praised

CIA Director Mike Pompeo has denounced the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks as a "hostile intelligence service" and a threat to US national security, a condemnation that differed sharply from President Donald Trump's past praise of the organisation. The post ...
 First Post.com1 week ago CIA chief calls WikiLeaks a 'hostile intelligence service'  DNA1 week ago 'WikiLeaks is non-state hostile intelligence service'  Daiji World1 week ago WikiLeaks is non-state hostile intelligence service  Prokerala1 week ago
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WikiLeaks a hostile agency helped by Russia: CIA chief

New CIA Director Mike Pompeo has termed whistle-blower collective WikiLeaks, whose leaking of classified documents have embarrassed the US, a "non-state hostile intelligence" agency which is often helped by Russia. In his first public address as the Central ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Crushing the intellect: Pakistan’s war on free speech

Pakistani authorities have won another battle against free speech. The latest blow is just another consequence of harsh measures taken by Pakistan’s government in the last five years against freedom of speech. On March 27, the interior ministry ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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US NSA spying on Pakistan's mobile networks: WikiLeaks

The US National Security Agency (NSA) has been spying on Pakistan`s mobile networks, whistleblowing organisation WikiLeaks has tweeted. "Hundreds of NSA cyber weapons variants publicly released including code showing hacking of Pakistan mobile system," ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago US NSA spying on Pakistan's mobile networks: WikiLeaks  Prokerala2 weeks ago US` NSA spying on BJP: WikiLeaks  Zee News2 weeks ago WikiLeaks reveals that NSA has been spying on Pakistan’s mobile networks  Tech21 week ago
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Julian Assange documentary lands at Showtime

The documentary on the life of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has finally found a studio in Showtime. The rights of the film titled "Risk", a project by acclaimed documentarian Laura Poitras, have been secured by the network, according to The Hollywood ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Swedish prosecutors receive translation of Assange questioning  DNA1 month ago 'Restore my liberty' says Julian Assange  Prokerala2 months ago
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'Done with Trump': US president's online base fumes about Syria strikes

When news broke that US President Donald Trump was preparing to launch cruise missiles at a Syrian airfield, some of the most prominent critics of the move weren't the center-leftists who've knocked almost every decision he's made since taking office.Rather, it was Trump's most vocal and controversial online supporters themselves, the far-right mediasphere that rallied behind his candidacy.One account tweeted, "We don't want war in Syria!! Don't believe the #SyriaHoax, we need to focus on our ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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WikiLeaks' Julian Assange a winner in Ecuador presidential runoff

Ruling-party candidate Lenin Moreno, the apparent winner in Sunday's tight race, said he would allow Julian Assange to stay at Ecuador's embassy in London.
 DNA3 weeks ago Ecuador decides its future, and maybe Assange's, in runoff  Zee News3 weeks ago
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Assange set to stay in Ecuador embassy as leftist on verge of winning election

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange dodged an eviction order in Ecuador's Sunday election, after the right-wing candidate who had vowed to kick him out of the country's London embassy was set to narrowly lose a presidential election.
 DNA3 weeks ago
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