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Assange’s trial postponed after suspected COVID-19 exposure

The brief halt in the trial proceedings was prompted after it was revealed that a member of the prosecution team may have been exposed to COVID-19, posing risks to everyone attending

On Day 3 of Assange’s trial, defense builds case to prove political nature of US indictment

The defense presented two witnesses to point out how politically motivated the ongoing prosecution against Assange is and the threat it poses on press freedoms.

Fresh indictment against Assange in US Assange faces second indictment by US on charges of recruiting hacktivists

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will face a fresh indictment on charges of having “hired” and “conspired” with hacktivist groups, including Anonymous, LulzSec, and “a famous teenage hacker in Australia”

Outsourcing ‘regime change’: US imperialism’s decomposition accelerates

On May 3rd a bunch of mercenaries, led by Rambo-like US soldiers of fortune attempted to disembark on the coastal town of Macuto in the La Guaira state in Venezuela’s Caribbean coast, in a so-called Operation Gedeon.

Former Venezuelan soldier reveals plan to assassinate Nicolás Maduro

Clíver Alcalá affirmed that he has a contract with Juan Guaidó and US advisors

Venezuela denounces US charges against Maduro as another coup d’état attempt

The US Department of Justice announced charges related to narcotrafficking against Maduro and offered $15 million for his arrest, showing that it will use all possible measures to attack the Venezuela, even amid a global health crisis

As the world tackles the COVID-19 Pandemic, the US raises the pressure on Venezuela

The US Department of Justice presented charges related to drug-trafficking against Nicolás Maduro and other Venezuelan government officials in a press conference today

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