A federal judge dismissed Manning’s plea for a hearing on the sanctions that were imposed on her by the court for refusing to testify in the Wikileaks’ espionage case.
Ecuadorian president Lenín Moreno has tried to settle the controversy and denied the possibility of a foreign military base in the country
The Home Secretary’s certification of the extradition puts the final decision to be taken on Assange’s extradition to British courts. He is under indictment in the US over charges worth a total of 175 years of imprisonment
30 years after the clashes between students and security forces in Tiananmen Square, the reportage around it continues to be skewed, simplistic and in pursuit of imperialist agenda
Assange’s lawyers, the Wikileaks and his friends have in the past raised concerns about his fast deteriorating health while in prison
In this episode, we bring you stories from United States and Morocco. We also look at the latest chapter in the witch hunt against Julian Assange.
The US Department of Justice has filed 17 new charges against the Wikileaks founder, raising questions about free press and civil liberties
Along with being remanded to federal custody for an unspecified period, a federal judge has also imposed upon Chelsea Manning a fine of USD 500 per day after 30 days in custody, and USD 1,000 per day after 60 days to coerce a testimony out of her.
Manning was released after the 62-day term of the grand jury expired. She has been summoned again to testify against Assange.
Actor Pamela Anderson and WikiLeaks editor Kristinn Hrafnsson met the organization’s founder, Julian Assange, at Belmarsh prison on May 7
Assange was sentenced to 50 weeks in jail on May 1 for jumping bail. He faces an extradition hearing to the United States towards the ends of May