WikiLeaks founder Assange 'arbitrarily detained', UN panel rules

WikiLeaks founder Assange 'arbitrarily detained', UN panel rules
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will demand he be allowed to leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London a free man, after a UN panel ruled he was detained arbitrarily there. Mr Assange, who enraged the United States by publishing hundreds of thousands …
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UN group set to rule in favour of Julian Assange
A United Nations working group is believed to have decided that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being unlawfully detained. Mr Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for more than three years and has been granted political …
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Wikileaks: Ireland prevented US arms transfers to Israel
The Irish government attempted to limit US weapons transfers to Israel after the Second Lebanon War, according to a document released by Wikileaks. A diplomatic cable sent from the US embassy in Ireland reveals that "the Irish Government has informally …
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WikiLeaks reveals what the US really thinks of Ireland
DUBLIN, Ireland — The Irish like to be liked, and a mood of near ecstasy infected the country when U.S. President Barack Obama arrived on May 23 and told cheering crowds in Dublin he had come to reaffirm “bonds of affection” between the two countries.
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WikiLeaks on IRA, illegal Irish
Detectives suspect some of the funds were used to fund Sinn Fein political advances in the Republic and Northern Ireland. These details have emerged through the whistle-blowing organization, WikiLeaks, on sensitive information routinely passed by Irish …
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2015-10-19Sarah Harrison acceptance speech for the Willy Brandt Prize for
Ladies and Gentlemen. It is a honour to be here today to accept the Willy Brant Award for Political Courage for my work with WikiLeaks, in getting Edward Snowden asylum, and for my political statements – many of which have called for Germany's …
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Hollande rejects asylum request from WikiLeaks founder

Hollande rejects asylum request from WikiLeaks founder
France's president Francois Hollande has turned down a request for political asylum from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Australian, who has spent three years living inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, wrote to Francois Hollande. The letter …
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Ibrahim Halawa – the inside story
The front pages carried a scientist's warning that temperatures in Ireland would rise to dangerous levels, but the sky over the city was a benign, familiar shade of grey. That Friday – August 16th, 2013 ….. A US embassy cable from 2006, published by …
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Sweden to Drop Sex Assault Inquiry against Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange

Sweden to Drop Sex Assault Inquiry against Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange
Picture taken on August 18, 2014 shows WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during a press conference inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where Assange has been holed up for two years. Sweden's sexual assault inquiry on Julian Assange is being …
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A decade of the Gülen Movement on WikiLeaks: More than meets the eye
After giving the general features of applicants and visitors (the young exchange visitor; the married middle-aged male with no English and traveling alone; the middle-school-aged English student; the graduate student going for English), the Consul …
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WikiLeaks: US spied on three French presidents
The United States wiretapped France's former presidents Jacques Chirac and Nicolas Sarkozy, as well as current leader Francois Hollande, according to documents released by WikiLeaks. The spying spanned 2006 to 2012, French newspaper Liberation …
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Saudi Cables: We Have Ten Times More, Says Wikileaks
Wikileaks chose the the third anniversary of its founder's stay in the Ecuadorean embassy in London to release thousands of cables about Saudi Arabia. Among the revelations contained in the files, believed to have been leaked by a group, which calls …
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Wikileaks founder Assange claims US supports 'vulture funds' in dispute with

Wikileaks founder Assange claims US supports 'vulture funds' in dispute with
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has alleged that the United States is supporting holdout investors in their dispute with Argentina over debt defaulted in 2001, as a way of punishing the country for the memorandum of understanding signed with Iran to …
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Iranian officials completely lost it when a now deceased Argentine prosecutor
In the trove of confidential diplomatic cables leaked online in 2010 by WikiLeaks, there appears to be evidence of Iran's hatred for Nisman. In 2007, Nisman had presented to Interpol the findings of his investigation into Iran's involvement in the …
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El TISA contra la soberanía económico-financiera
Wikileaks, que logró obtener el núcleo original del texto, explica que a los signatarios (autoridades nacionales) se les exige total transparencia en cuanto a regulaciones y normativas que intenten aplicar, las que deberán divulgarlas con anterioridad …
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Acusan a Carlos Menem de encubrir atentados de 1994
Un cable filtrado por Wikileaks en 2011 mostró, además, que Estados Unidos presionó a Nisman para que se alejara de las pesquisas en torno al Ejecutivo menemista y se enfocara hacia los presuntos autores iraníes del ataque. La investigación sobre la …
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El escándalo llegó a la Argentina: ¿Cristina compró software espía a Hacking Team?
El hackeo a la empresa italiana Hacking Team cobró, en las últimas horas, notoriedad en nuestro país, luego de que se conociera -gracias a WikiLeaks- que desde el Gobierno nacional habrían mantenido reuniones con esta compañía proveedora de …
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