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Kristinn Hrafnsson of Wikileaks on press freedom and Julian Assange

Kristinn Hrafnsson, Editor-in-chief of Wikileaks, talks about the deterioration of press freedom in the last fifty years and how it affected a free press

Multiple heads of government call for Assange’s freedom

In the last few days alone, multiple heads of government have called for freedom for Julian Assange. This includes Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese, Colombian president Gustavo Petro, Brazilian president-elect Lula da Silva, and Argentine president Alberto Fernandez.

Anthony Albanese reveals Australia is lobbying for an end to US pursuit of Assange

Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese clarified that his government is working in a “diplomatic way” and has advocated for an end to US prosecution against Assange

Wikileaks delegation in Latin America to rally support for Assange’s release

A delegation from Wikileaks is canvassing among progressive movements, press freedom advocates, and political leaders across Latin America to garner support for Julian Assange’s release

Calls for Julian Assange’s freedom intensify across the world

The news of Julian Assange contracting COVID-19 emerged just days after a massive global action took place demanding his release

The call heard around the world: Free Julian Assange Now!

Thousands of people formed a human chain around the UK Parliament on October 8 to demand freedom for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Actions in solidarity with the imprisoned journalist were held across the world, including in Morocco, Brazil, Australia, and the US

Assange extradition UK Home Secretary authorizes extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Assange’s legal team will now have 14 days to appeal against the decision in the High Court. The move has been widely condemned as a“dark day for press freedom”