Assange Supporters Protest at Prison Where WikiLeaks Founder Allegedly Held

After his recent arrest, the WikiLeaks founder, who became famous for publishing classified US government data, now faces the threat of extradition to the United States on charges of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion and could get up to five years in jail. Report This PostOriginal article…

WikiLeaks Denies ‘Insurance’ File Dump After Assange’s Arrest

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has denied speculations that it released “insurance” files as a way of putting pressure on those holding its founder, Julian Assange. Report This PostOriginal article…

Claims Alleging Assange’s Moscow Links ‘Insinuations’ – Russian Embassy in UK

LONDON (Sputnik) – A press secretary of the Russian Embassy in the United Kingdom characterized on Friday media reports about alleged links between founder of the WikiLeaks whistleblowing website Julian Assange and Russia as insinuations. Report This PostOriginal article…

Diplomatic Dramas: Assange ‘Siege’ Joins the List of Crises Involving Embassies

The Ecuadorean Embassy in London is getting back to normal after seven years with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as their “guest”. Assange was arrested by police on 11 April after the Ecuadoreans withdrew their offer of sanctuary. Sputnik looks at other cases where embassies made the news. Report This PostOriginal article…

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