NY Times Admits it Sends Stories to US Government for Approval Before Publication

The New York Times casually acknowledged that it sends major scoops to the US government before publication, to make sure

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Ecuador will Prosecute Out of Jail Swedish Ola Bini, Linked to Assange (Habeas Corpus)

The hearing was requested by the defense of the cyber-activist, after he was denied bail at the end of May.

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British Home Secretary Signs Extradition Order to Send Julian Assange to US

Britain’s Home Secretary has revealed he has signed a request for the extradition of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange to the

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Ex-Ecuadoran Foreign Minister Believes Assange to Be Extradited to US From UK

Former Ecuadoran Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said that the United Kingdom would most likely extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to

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Julian Assange Extradition to Sweden in Doubt After Judge Refuses Detention Request

WikiLeaks Founder Could be Questioned in Britain. A Swedish court has said it will not seek to detain WikiLeaks founder

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Julian Assange’s Mother Condemns UK for “Unlawfully Slowly Killing my Son”

Christine Assange, the mother of imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, says that the UK government is killing her son. Mrs.

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Ecuador Correa Accuses Officials in Ecuador and Facebook of Closing His Account

Correa received an email saying the account was “disabled for violating Facebook’s internal policies,” and that the “account will not

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Assange is Reportedly Gravely Ill, And Hardly Anyone’s Talking About it

By Caitlin Johnstone Julian Assange’s Swedish lawyer Per Samuelson has told the press that “Assange’s health situation on Friday was

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Professional Assange Smearers Finally Realize His Fate Is Tied To Theirs

By Caitlin Johnstone Rachel Maddow has aired a segment condemning the new indictment against Julian Assange for 17 alleged violations

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As US Seeks to Crush Media Freedom, we All Need to Read Assange’s Letter From Prison

The Canary has received exclusive access to a purportedly hand-written letter from Julian Assange in Belmarsh prison. The letter, dated

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Trump’s Charges Against Assange are Historic Attack on Press Freedoms. Media and Obama Helped Set the Stage

It is not just Trump, but the media, Obama, Bush, mainstream “human rights” organizations, Republicans and Democrats alike that put

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Up to 175 yrs in Prison: US Slaps Julian Assange With 17 More Charges Under Espionage Act

A federal grand jury has announced 17 additional charges under the Espionage Act against WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange, who is

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“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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