British Prime Minister David Cameron has told Parliament that a United Nation panel's finding that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been wrongfully detained is "ridiculous." Assange responded quickly by accusing Cameron of libel. Cameron told ... ABC News, 1 day ago
PM: Assange should leave embassy and face allegations - ITV.com, 1 day ago
Cameron: Assange should leave embassy, end 'sorry saga' - USA Today, 1 day ago
UK Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday called on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to end the "sorry saga" by leaving the Ecuadorian embassy, where he has been held up for more than three and a half years to avoid extradition to Sweden to face ...DNA India, 1 day ago UK-ASSANGE - British PM calls on Assange to end embassy 'sorry saga' Namibia Press Agency, 1 day ago British PM Cameron calls on Assange to end embassy 'sorry saga' Oneindia, 1 day ago British PM calls on Assange to end embassy 'sorry saga' IBNLive, 1 day ago
Cameron was addressing MPs inthe House ofCommons onWednesday when asked about UN's panel decision last week, which ruled that Assange's stay inthe Ecuadorian embassy amounted to "arbitrary detention." "What he should do is come outof that embassy ...Sputnik, 1 day ago
WIKILEAKS founder Julian Assange has challenged British Prime Minister David Cameron to repeat outside parliament an assertion he's been asked to stand trial in Sweden on a rape allegation. THE 44-year-old Australian on Wednesday disputed the PM's ...NEWS.com.au, 1 day ago
The Swedish prosecutor heading a preliminary investigation into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange over an allegation of rape said she was preparing a new application to interview the Wikileaks founder ...NDTV, 2 days ago 10/02/2016: WORLD NEWS: New bid to interview Assange Cape Times E-dition, 2 days ago WikiLeaks Assange may be interviewed in London by Swedish prosecutor RINF.com, 2 days ago Swedish prosecutor preparing new application to interview Assange Reuters, 2 days ago
DEFIANT Swedish prosecutors are working on a fresh bid to question Wikileaks founder Julian Assange inside his London bolthole. They announced a renewed request yesterday to interview him at the Ecuadorian Embassy. Sweden's prosecution authority ...Scottish Daily Express, 2 days ago
Assange backed by UN, Sky Q prices and VR goes to Hollywood (CNET UK podcast 466 show notes) A UN panel says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being "arbitrarily detained", while Rich regales us with his Sundance Film Festival experiences.
Julian Assange clutches the UN ruling that says he should go free. But the UK government thinks otherwise. Facundo Arrizabalaga/epa/Corbis Julian Assange should be free to leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London, according to a new UN ruling that ...CNET.co.uk, 2 days ago
Personal liberty still eludes WikiLeaks founder and Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange, despite a ruling by a United Nations legal panel that has declared his confinement “arbitrary and illegal”. The rul...The Hindu, 3 days ago
WAS there a time when Julian Assange was viewed as a hero: a great crusader, risking his future his very life in the name of freedom and truth? The WikiLeaks founder has been a figure of ridicule so long a prissy bundle of self-love, holed up ...Edinburgh Evening News, 5 days ago
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has met with lawyers for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and offered consular assistance for the Australian, after a UN panel ruled he had been arbitrarily detained for almost four years.The Telegraph, 5 days ago
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