Tug of war over the extradition of WikiLeaks founder to the US enters final stages, with London’s high court set to make a final decision in September
Britain’s high court showed no hesitation in sending Julian Assange to his death, living or otherwise.
John Pilger examines the latest arguments presented by the US in its bid to extradite Julian Assange, and the continuing persecution of the whistleblower and his partner Stella Moris
Julian Assange will have to remain in custody in Britain, pending a US appeal of the decision to block his extradition to face charges for leaking secret documents, a judge in London ruled on Wednesday
Swedish prosecutors said a total of seven witnesses had been interviewed over the summer
The Swedish investigation concerns events which took place in August 2010 when a Swedish woman accused Assange of rape
The decision of whether to extradite him to the United States or Sweden would rest with the UK interior ministry
WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson said on Wednesday that all efforts would now be focused on preventing Assange’s extradition to the US
WikiLeaks founder breached bail by entering Ecuadorian embassy seven years ago, court rules
The Australian whistle-blower, who was arrested on April 11 after Ecuador gave him up, could face a 12-month prison sentence
A spokesman for the Swedish Prosecution Authority said on Thursday they were following the news of Assange’s arrest
The Metropolitan Police said he was arrested for failing to surrender to the court
Electing presidents in Madagascar has been fraught with problems, including those perpetrated by the military
The WikiLeaks founder has been dodging an arrest warrant and extradition to Sweden over a probe into rape and sexual assault allegations against him.
Assange’s lawyer Mark Summers had argued in court last week that the British arrest warrant had "lost its purpose and its function".
“Whenever a case can be made, we will seek to put some people in jail,”, said US attorney general Jeff Sessions.
Assange, however, denies the planned leak is a personal attack against US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Julian Assange says that the time has come for legal action after leaked documents reveal Washington spied on three French presidents.
The whistle-blowing site has accused Google of handing information to the US authorities without notifying it until almost three years later.
The internet has changed from an apathetic space into a political battlefield. Alistair Fairweather recaps on Julian Assange’s take on this.
The Fifth Estate, about Julian Assange and Wikileaks, focuses too much on the character and not enough on the questions citizen journalism raises.
Do you know who has your data?
The WikiLeaks founder has filed charges in Germany claiming a US marine intelligence officer spied on him during a Berlin computer conference.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has called Obama’s announcement of plans to limit sweeping US government surveillance programmes a victory of sorts.
Ecuador says it would seek the help of the British government to determine who put a hidden microphone in the South American country’s London embassy.
Julian Assange has said that Edward Snowden made sure that the information he took about US surveillance programmes will continue to be published.
States have a duty to ensure security within their borders, but should also protect human rights.
Fugitive US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden is "healthy and safe", says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Julian Assange will not leave Ecuador’s embassy even if Sweden drops its extradition bid over accusations of sexual assault
It is an odd sight: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is wearing a jacket and tie, but no shoes.
The US soldier accused of the biggest leak of classified information in US history, goes on trial in a case that raises questions about secrecy.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says the US must give up its "immoral" inquiry into his website before he considers leaving the Ecuadorean embassy.