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  1. Sweden Drops Rape Investigation Against Julian Assange

    3:28 am 5/19/2017

    Speaking from the balcony of Ecuador's London embassy, where he took refuge in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden, Assange said his seven-year legal ordeal — which he called unjust detention — "is not something that I can forgive."Read more

  2. Wikileaks' Julian Assange Says He'll Accept Arrest if UN Panel Rules Against Him

    5:41 am 2/4/2016

    If the panel finds he has lost his case against the U.K. and Sweden, Assange says he will turn himself in to police on Friday.Read more

  3. Julian Assange: UN Panel Calls on U.K. and Sweden to End WikiLeaks Founder's "Deprivation of Liberty"

    2:45 am 2/4/2016

    Assange sought refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London in 2012.Read more

  4. Chelsea Manning Faces Possible Solitary Confinement Over Caitlyn Jenner 'Vanity Fair' Magazine

    8:55 am 8/13/2015

    The former intelligence analyst, previously known as Bradley Manning, is serving a 35-year sentence at the military prison at Fort Leavenworth for leaking reams of war logs, diplomatic cables and battlefield video to WikiLeaks.Read more

  5. WikiLeaks Says It Has Added Thousands of Hacked Sony Emails to Database

    11:19 pm 4/30/2015

    The whistleblower site made the announcement on Twitter. Read more

  6. Swedish Prosecutors Offer to Question WikiLeaks Founder in London About Alleged Sex Crimes

    6:51 am 3/13/2015

    Prosecutors previously refused to travel to London, where Assange has spent almost three years inside the Ecuadorean embassy, but with the statute of limitations coming up on some of the crimes Assange is charged with, plans have changed..Read more

  7. WikiLeaks Gets Into Fashion

    10:06 am 10/13/2014

    Julian Assange plans to open stores in India to sell WikiLeaks-branded goodsRead more

  8. Swedish Court Keeps Julian Assange Arrest Warrant in Place

    9:36 am 7/16/2014

    The court ruled that the WikiLeaks founder, who has been holed up in Ecuador's embassy in London for two years, should still face Swedish justice on sex crime allegations. Read more

  9. Belgium Expands Tax Shelter Scheme

    8:04 am 2/25/2014

    The tax program, which helped finance features including “Grace of Monaco” and Martin Scorcese's upcoming “Silence” will be extended to non-European features.Read more

  10. The Guardian Names Edward Snowden Person of the Year

    5:12 am 12/9/2013

    The American whistleblower was the overwhelming favorite for the honor, as voted on by readers of the British newspaper.Read more

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