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“Whatever you think of his politics, he is a human being, and under international law, he deserved to be treated fairly,” said Dr. Sean Love.
The WikiLeaks founder was arrested by British police who were invited into Ecuador’s London embassy on Thursday after his asylum was withdrawn.
Will journalists, due to hatred of Julian Assange, unite behind Trump Justice Department in support of one of the gravest threats to press freedom in years?
In an exclusive interview, the former Ecuadorian leader speaks about Assange, allegations from The Guardian, and the “submissive” posture of his successor to the U.S.
A series of false claims shaped Western narratives about WikiLeaks and Catalan independence. Yet again, those most loudly denouncing “fake news” aggressively spread it.
Ecuador has decided “to temporarily restrict access” to the internet inside its embassy in London, effectively cutting off the editor of WikiLeaks.
The U.S. has forged ahead with deportations amid the pandemic, creating a petri dish for the virus in crowded ICE facilities and then exporting it overseas.
The environmental lawyer who sued Chevron will have spent 13 months in home detention awaiting trial on charges that carry a maximum sentence of six months.
U.S. and European drug companies will hold monopoly power over coronavirus medicines for years — straining health care systems of countries like Brazil.
Trump’s latest immigration freeze puts families who have been waiting years to reunite in further limbo.