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WikiLeaks founder Assange denied bail despite US extradition block

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 interview new witnesses in Assange rape case

Swedish prosecutors said a total of seven witnesses had been interviewed over the summer

Swedish prosecutors interview new witnesses in Assange case

The Swedish investigation concerns events which took place in August 2010 when a Swedish woman accused Assange of rape

Swedish Assange hearing to decide on extradition request

The decision of whether to extradite him to the United States or Sweden would rest with the UK interior ministry

Assange in UK court over US extradition request

WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson said on Wednesday that all efforts would now be focused on preventing Assange's extradition to the US

Assange jailed for 2012 bail breach

WikiLeaks founder breached bail by entering Ecuadorian embassy seven years ago, court rules

Assange faces jail for UK bail breach

The Australian whistle-blower, who was arrested on April 11 after Ecuador gave him up, could face a 12-month prison sentence

Swedish Assange accuser urges prosecution to reopen rape case

A spokesman for the Swedish Prosecution Authority said on Thursday they were following the news of Assange's arrest

Assange arrested after asylum revoked

The Metropolitan Police said he was arrested for failing to surrender to the court

SADC’s problem child is going to the polls

Electing presidents in Madagascar has been fraught with problems, including those perpetrated by the military

Assange in new bid to cancel UK arrest warrant

The ​WikiLeaks founder has been dodging an arrest warrant and extradition to Sweden over a probe into rape and sexual assault allegations against him.

UK court upholds Assange arrest warrant

Assange's lawyer Mark Summers had argued in court last week that the British arrest warrant had "lost its purpose and its function".

Assange plays Trump card in bid to resist arrest

“Whenever a case can be made, we will seek to put some people in jail,”, said US attorney general Jeff Sessions.

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange says ‘significant’ documents will be released ahead of US election

Assange, however, denies the planned leak is a personal attack against US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Assange: Time for legal action against US snooping

Julian Assange says that the time has come for legal action after leaked documents reveal Washington spied on three French presidents.

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