“This Is Unprecedented’: Judge Orders Chelsea Manning Jailed, Imposes Daily $500 Fine After 30 Days Behind Bars

“The U.S. government’s harassment of whistleblower and activist Chelsea Manning is intensifying.” by Jake Johnson In a move press freedom

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Gabbard Says She’d Drop All Charges Against Assange And Snowden

In midst of an interesting and wide-ranging discussion on the Joe Rogan Experience, Democratic congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard

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After Assange, Ecuador’s Lenin Moreno Escalates Persecution of Critics and Perceived Foes

The US-backed, neoliberal Ecuadorian leader is persecuting Swedish software developer Ola Bini for his political sympathies, censoring critical media, and

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Chelsea Manning Released From Jail

She was simultaneously subpoenaed to appear before a different grand jury on May 16, meaning she could be found in

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Pamela Anderson Admits to Feeling ‘Sick, Nauseous’ After Visiting Julian Assange at Prison

US actress Pamela Anderson has urged more people to support WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after visiting him in a London

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The Catch-All American “Freedom of Expression” Mantra: Ask Julian Assange

By Arnold August “Freedom of expression,” and the pitfalls of the market as it is playing out in Cuba these

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Freedom Bridge? The opportunity the Venezuelan Government Now has to Free Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange.

By M. K. Owen. One of the most iconic symbols of the Cold War was the series of closed roads

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WikiLeaks Denounces Espionage on Assange in the Embassy

Through its Twitter account, WikiLeaks has denounced the Government of Ecuador which recorded the private conversations of Australian activist and

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Ola Bini: Open Letter of Support From Noam Chomsky, Arundhati Roy, Dave Eggers, Pamela Anderson And Many More

This article was produced by Globetrotter, a project of the Independent Media Institute. Without privacy, we can’t have agency say

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Government of Ecuador is Clearly Going after Ricardo Patiño

By Luis Hernandez Navarro Former Ecuadorean Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño has a long-time relation with Mexico. He studied economics at

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Mother of Julian Assange: Not Even Lawyers Can Visit Him

24/Abr/2019.- Editorial Note: By the end of this editorial we received confirmation that today the mother of Assange informed that finally

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Chelsea Manning, Determined Not to Testify Against Assange After Losing Appeal

Complainant and former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning said in a statement that she is prepared to remain in

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Assange Was Put Through “Hell” at Ecuadorean Embassy: Diplomat

“The strategy was very clear – break him down. The government didn’t know how to end the asylum and face

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Debunking All The Assange Smears

By Caitlin Johnstone Have you ever noticed how whenever someone inconveniences the dominant western power structure, the entire political/media class

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Assange Arrest – Part 1: ‘So Now He’s Our Property’

If ‘journalism’ meant what it is supposed to mean– acting as the proverbial ‘fourth estate’ to challenge power and to

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