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Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
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Basic Goods 'Suspiciously' Begin to Appear in Venezuela Stores

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The Persecution of Julian Assange: WikiLeaks Editor Says Media Is Giving the U.S. Cover to Extradite Him by

The Bomb that Did Not Detonate: Julian Assange, Manafort and The Guardian by Binoy Kampmark, CounterPunch, 7 December 2018

Ecuador Accepts UK Guarantees, Assange Declines Offer to Leave Embassy by Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com, 6 December 2018

Could Persecution Become Prosecution for Assange? by Simon Floth, Antiwar.com, 6 December 2018

Never, Ever Forget The Guardian/Politico Psyop Against WikiLeaks by Caitlin Johnstone, 1 December 2018

Guardian ups its vilification of Julian Assange, Jonathan Cook Blog, 28 November 2018

Assange Never Met Manafort. Luke Harding and the Guardian Publish Still More Blatant MI6 Lies by Craig Murray, 27 November 2018

Judge Delays Decision Whether to Unseal Assange Criminal Complaint by Joe Lauria, Consortium News, 27 November 2018

The detention and isolation from the world of Julian Assange by Stefania Maurizi, Repubblica, 26 November 2018

U.K. and Ecuador Conspire to Deliver Julian Assange to U.S. Authorities by Gareth Porter, Truthdig, 26 November 2018

Newsweek-Employed Spy Explains To Us Why Assange Should Be Prosecuted by Caitlin Johnstone, 25 November 2018

Charges Under Seal: US Prosecutors Get Busy With Julian Assange by Binoy Kampmark, CounterPunch, 20 November 2018

Letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Australia by Pamela Anderson, Information Clearing House, 19 November 2018

The “Resistance” Struggles To Justify Support For Trump's Prosecution Of Assange by Caitlin Johnstone, 19 November 2018

The Dangerous Rush to Judgment Against Julian Assange by Bill Blum, Truthdig, 18 November 2018

The Empire Keeps Proving Assange Right About Everything by Caitlin Johnstone, 17 November 2018

Trump Quietly Orders Elimination of Assange by Eric Zuesse, Information Clearing House, 16 November 2018

Snowden Speaks Out for Assange: 'If You Would Deny a Thing to Your Enemy, It Is Not a Right' by Jon Queally, Common Dreams, 16 November 2018

Exclusive: WikiLeaks Lawyer Warns U.S. Charges Against Assange Endanger Press Freedom Worldwide, Democracy Now! 16 November 2018 (video and transcript)

US Intel Will Bring Assange to US in Chains by Ann Garrison, Consortium News, 14 November 2018

The West is Failing Julian Assange by Stefania Maurizi, Consortium News, 6 November 2018

Break-in Attempted at Assange's Residence in Ecuador Embassy by Joe Lauria, Consortium News, 3 November 2018

Assange Case Shows Support for Free Speech Depends on Who's Talking by Joe Emersberger, FAIR, 3 November 2018

What Empire Loyalists Are Really Saying When They Bash Julian Assange by Caitlin Johnstone, 2 November 2018

In the face of mounting threats, the working class must defend Julian Assange by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 25 October 2018

WikiLeaks' Assange sues in Ecuador for better asylum terms - lawyer by Alexandra Valencia, Reuters, 19 October 2018

Here Are the Demands Ecuador Has Given Julian Assange in Order to End His Isolation by Cassandra Fairbanks, Information Clearing House, 15 October 2018

Julian Assange to regain internet access at embassy base – reports by Patrick Greenfield, The Guardian, 14 October 2018

The Fifth Online Vigil for Julian Assange, Consortium News, 6 October 2018

Tortured Solutions: Ecuador, the UK and Julian Assange’s Fate by Binoy Kampmark, CounterPuch, 1 October 2018

Being Julian Assange by Suzie Dawson, Consortium News, 25 September 2018

Generation Being Born Now Is The Last To Be Free by Julian Assange, Information Clearing House, 20 September 2018

An Online Vigil in Defense of Julian Assange With Daniel Ellsberg, Craig Murray, Bill Binney and Ray McGovern, Consortiumnews.com, 1 September 2018

Why Democracy Needs Solidarity for Julian Assange's Freedom by Nozomi Hayase, Common Dreams, 25 August 2018

Former MI6 Spy v WikiLeaks Editor: Who Really Deserves 1st Amendment Protection? by Annie Machon, Information Clearing House, 24 August 2018

Julian Assange and the Fate of Journalism. by Lawrence Davidson, CounterPunch, 23 August 2018

VIPS Plead for Humanitarian Asylum for Julian Assange by Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, Consortiumnews.com, 6 August 2018

Democrats Who Smear WikiLeaks Are Assisting Trump's War On The Press by Caitlin Johnstone, 4 August 2018

As Long As Assange Is Silenced, Claims Against Him Are Illegitimate by Caitlin Johnstone, 1 August 2018

Virginia State Senator in Rare Support by Politician for Assange by Richard Black, Consortiumnews.com, 31 July 2018

Ecuador’s president ready to allow Julian Assange to be extradited to US by Mike Head, World Socialist Web Site, 31 July 2018

In Refusing To Defend Assange, Mainstream Media Exposes Its True Nature by Caitlin Johnstone, 28 July 2018

Living in a World Bereft of Privacy by Annie Machon, Consortiumnews.com, 27 July 2018

Assange's Freedom, Democracy's Last Line of Defense by Nozomi Hayase, Antiwar.com, 27 July 2018

The Gray Lady Thinks Twice About Assange's Prosecution by Ray McGovern, Consortiumnews.com, 25 July 2018

Imminent threat to Julian Assange underscores need for global defence movement by Mike Head, World Socialist Web Site, 23 July 2018

Be Prepared To Shake The Earth If Julian Assange Is Arrested by Caitlin Johnstone, 20 July 2018

Inside WikiLeaks: Working with the Publisher that Changed the World by Stefania Maurizi, Consortiumnews.com, 19 July 2018

British and Ecuadorian authorities in talks to evict Julian Assange from London embassy by Oscar Grenfell, World Socialist Web Site, 16 July 2018

Prominent Whistleblowers and Journalists Defend Julian Assange at Online Vigil by Oscar Grenfell, Information Clearing House, 12 July 2018

Ecuador's government negotiating Julian Assange's fate with the UK by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 12 July 2018

Edward Snowden describes Russian government as corrupt by Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian, 29 June 2018

White House: US, Ecuador Coordinating About Future Of Assange Asylum by Caitlin Johnstone, 29 June 2018

The Next Step: The Campaign for Julian Assange by Binoy Kampmark, CounterPunch, 28 June 2018

Free Assange by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, CounterPunch, 27 June 2018

The Persecution of Julian Assange Proves That Western Values No Longer Exist by Paul Craig Roberts, Information Clearing House, 23 June 2018

The Murder of Julian Assange by Kurt Nimmo, Information Clearing House, 23 June 2018

Assange and Truth: the Deeper (Harder) Issue by Susan Babbitt, CounterPunch, 21 June 2018

For Our Rulers, Smearing A Dissident Journalist Is As Good As Killing Him by Caitlin Johnstone, 20 June 2018

Julian Assange and the Mindszenty Case by Ray McGovern, Consortiumnews.com, 19 June 2018

Why Bringing Assange Home Would Be The Best Possible Thing For Australia by Caitlin Johnstone, 8 June 2018

Moreno: Assange Can Remain At Embassy, So Long As He Doesn't Practice Journalism by Caitlin Johnstone, 1 June 2018

In 'Blistering' Report, Journalism Watchdog Condemns DNC Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks as Severe Threat to Free Press by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 30 May 2018

Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Basic Goods 'Suspiciously' Begin to Appear in Venezuela Stores

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“Just be fair”: when does journalism undermine its own reputation? by Stefania Maurizi and Yorgos Boskos, openDemocracy, 21 May 2018

“Just be fair”: when does journalism undermine its own reputation? by Stefania Maurizi and Yorgos Boskos, openDemocracy, 21 May 2018

Julian Assange is suffering needlessly. Why not report that? by Melinda Taylor, The Guardian, 18 May 2018

The Guardian Rejoices in the Silencing of Assange by Craig Murray, 16 May 2018

People Lie To Themselves About Julian Assange To Justify His Persecution by Caitlin Johnstone, 14 May 2018

Ecuador hints it may hand over Julian Assange to Britain and the US by James Cogan, World Socialist Web Site, 12 May 2018

Julian Assange Hit By New Communications Ban in Ecuador Embassy by teleSUR, 10 May 2018

Why the DNC Is Fighting WikiLeaks and Not Wall Street by Norman Solomon, Consortiumnews.com, 25 April 2018

John Pilger and Julian Burnside denounce silencing of WikiLeaks' Julian Assange by Niles Niemuth, World Socialist Web Site, 12 April 2018

On the Silencing of Julian Assange by John Pilger, Christine Assange, Dennis J Bernstein and Randy Credico, Consortiumnews.com, 9 April 2018

Where Is the Outrage About Julian Assange's Silencing? by Teodrose Fikre, Truthdig, 3 April 2018

Assange works for the people – now we need to save him by Slavoj Žižek, RT, 2 April 2018

The Persecution Of Assange Proves Him Right by Caitlin Johnstone, Steemit, 2 April 2018

Why has Ecuador silenced Julian Assange? by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 31 March 2018

Ecuador cuts off Julian Assange's access to the outside world by Mike Head, World Socialist Web Site, 29 March 2018

Julian Assange negotiations: Ecuador blames UK as talks break down by Press Association, The Guardian, 24 February 2018

The Scourging of Julian Assange by John Wight, CounterPunch, 15 February 2018

All Pretence is Over in Persecution of Assange by Craig Murray, 14 February 2018

Assange Judge's Husband Runs Security Firm With Ex Head of MI6 by Craig Murray, 14 February 2018

The UK’s hidden role in Assange’s detention, Jonathan Cook Blog, 12 February 2018

WikiLeaks Has Published Leaks On Trump Admin And Russia, And Is Seeking More by Caitlin Johnstone, Medium, 2 February 2018

Former Ambassador Reflects on Current Events by Craig Murray, Randy Credico and Dennis J Bernstein, Consortiumnews.com, 31 January 2018

Ecuador and Assange by Craig Murray, 12 January 2018

Freedom for Julian Assange! by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 11 January 2018

From Snowden To Russia-gate - The CIA And The Media by Moon of Alabama, 26 December 2017

Daniel Ellsberg Is Still Thinking About the Papers He Didn't Get to Leak by Andrew Rice, New York, 28 November 2017

Signs of U.K. Misconduct in Assange Case by Dennis J Bernstein and Estelle Dehon, Consortiumnews.com, 18 November 2017

Seven Years Confined: How A Foia Litigation Is Shedding Light On The Case Of Julian Assange by Stefania Maurizi, La Repubblica, 10 November 2017

Noam Chomsky with Edward Snowden & Glenn Greenwald, The Philosophy Times, 20 October 2017 (video)

Vengeful in Defeat: Hillary Clinton Fantasizes About WikiLeaks by Binoy Kampmark, CounterPunch, 19 October 2017

Interview with Edward Snowden 'There Is Still Hope - Even for Me' by Martin Knobbe and Jörg Schindler, Spiegel Online, 12 September 2017

Julian Assange, a Man Without a Country by Raffi Khatchadourian, The New Yorker, 21 August 2017

The War on WikiLeaks and Assange by Randy Credico and Dennis J Bernstein, Consortiumnews.com, 4 August 2017

An Interview with WikiLeaks' Assange by Randy Credico and Dennis J Bernstein, Consortiumnews.com, 29 July 2017

Laura Poitras on her WikiLeaks film Risk: ‘I knew Julian Assange was going to be furious' by Simon Hattenstone, The Guardian, 29 June 2017

Wikileaks – Choose Your Side of the Barricade by Craig Murray, 19 June 2017

Chelsea Manning's Persevering Spirit Shines In Interview For ABC's 'Nightline' by Kevin Gosztola, Common Dreams, 17 June 2017

Oliver Stone Interviews Putin on U.S.-Russia Relations, 2016 Election, Snowden, NATO & Nuclear Arms, Democracy Now! 14 June 2017 (video and transcript)

Julian Assange, Sweden, and Continuing Battles by Binoy Kampmark, CounterPunch, 22 May 2017

Can Australia Please Stop Being Washington’s Bitch And Help Assange Now? by Caitlin Johnstone, Medium, 22 May 2017

Those exposed by WikiLeaks should be investigated, not Assange – whistleblower’s legal team head, RT, 21 May 2017

Despite Sweden dropping the case Assange’s treatment remains an outrage by Alexander Mercouris, The Duran, 19 May 2017

Chelsea Manning released amid growing attacks on democratic rights in the US by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 18 May 2017

Patti Smith, Edward Snowden, and Noam Chomsky Agree: Trump Must Halt Prosecution Against WikiLeaks by Andrea Germanos, Common Dreams, 15 May 2016

Assange lawyer asks Swedish court to tear up detention order by Simon Johnson, Reuters, 3 May 2017

The Swedish and British case against Julian Assange grossly abuses his human rights and basic principles of justice by Alexander Mercouris, The Duran, 30 April 2017

Assange Releases SMS Records Revealing He Was Framed By Police In Rape Cases by hqanon, Anonhq.com, 27 April 2017

There Are No Rape Charges Against Julian Assange in Sweden. There Are Espionage Charges Against Julian Assange in the USA by Craig Murray, 26 April 2017.

A WikiLeaks prosecution would endanger the future of US journalism by Trevor Timm, The Guardian, 21 April 2017

As US prioritises Julian Assange arrest, UK hints Sweden comes first by Alan Travis, Esther Addley and David Smith, The Guardian, 21 April 2017

Arresting Julian Assange is a priority, says US attorney general Jeff Sessions by David Smith, The Guardian, 21 April 2017

Exclusive: Julian Assange Strikes Back at CIA Director and Talks Trump, Russia, and Hillary Clinton by Jeremy Scahill. The Intercept, 19 April 2017

Assange: CIA Director Sets 'Disturbing Precedent' with Threats Against WikiLeaks by Nadia Prupis, Common Dreams, 19 April 2017

Assange: CIA Director Sets 'Disturbing Precedent' with Threats Against WikiLeaks by Nadia Prupis, Common Dreams, 19 April 2017

A New McCarthyism: Julian Assange Accuses Democrats of Blaming Russia & WikiLeaks for Clinton Loss, Democracy Now! 10 April 2017 (video and transcript)

Julian Assange vs. Allan Nairn: Is Donald Trump a Unique Danger to America? Democracy Now! 10 April 2017 (video and transcript)

Exclusive: Julian Assange on WikiLeaks' Release of the Largest Leak of Secret CIA Documents, Democracy Now! 10 April 2017 (video and transcript)

John Pilger Awarded, International Journalism Prize by the Press Club of Mexico Julian Assange in conversation with John Pilger, RT/Information Clearing House, 21 March 2017 (vido and transcript)

The CIA's torturers and the leaders who approved their actions must face the law by Chelsea E. Manning, The Guardian, 9 March 2017

WikiLeaks Releases Docs Detailing Mass CIA Hacking by Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com, 7 March 2017

Snowden Calls Trove of Alleged CIA Hacking Tools Published by Wikileaks a 'Big Deal' by Nika Knight, Common Dreams, 7 March 2017

Another Hatchet Job on Snowden by Ray McGovern, Consortiumnews.com, 3 March 2017

Snowden: 'Finally: Irrefutable Evidence That I Never Cooperated with Russian Intel', Common Dreams, 11 February 2017

Compromise does not work with our political opponents. When will we learn? by Chelsea E Manning, The Guardian, 26 January 2017

Julian Assange confirms he is willing to travel to US after Manning decision by Robert Booth and Alice Ross, The Guardian, 19 January 2017

Stunning Admission from Obama on Wikileaks by Craig Murray, 19 January 2017

Jeremy Scahill on Obama's Commutation of Chelsea Manning & Continued Demonization of Edward Snowden, Democracy Now! 18 January 2017 (video and transcript)

Julian Assange will not hand himself in because Chelsea Manning's release won't happen immediately, lawyer says by Andrew Griffin, Independent, 18 January 2017

Julian Assange ready for US extradition, one of his lawyers suggests by Matthew Weaver, The Guardian, 18 Janauary 2017

Edward Snowden allowed to stay in Russia for two more years by Alexander Winning, Independent, 18 January 2017

Supporters 'Ecstatic' After Obama Commutes Chelsea Manning's Sentence by Nika Knight, Comon Dreams, 17 January 2017

Julian Assange Not Charged With Anything by Craig Murray, 12 January 2017

 

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