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The White House quickly issues a denial that Trump had dangled a pardon in exchange for help
'The evidence is not strong enough to file an indictment,' says deputy director of public prosecutions Eva-Marie Persson
'Unless the UK urgently changes course and alleviates his inhumane situation, Mr. Assange's continued exposure to arbitrariness and abuse may soon end up costing his life,' says independent UN rights expert Nils Melzer
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could be sentenced to spend up to 175 years in a US prison if convicted on all charges filed under the US Espionage Act
In his first court appearance since being sensationally dragged out of the Ecuadoran embassy in London in April, Julian Assange tells the court: '175 years of my life is effectively at stake'
The final decision on whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited will rest with the courts
'What he is accused of doing is exactly what professional journalists do every day – seeking, receiving and publishing important information about our government,' says law professor Sonja West
(UPDATED) WikiLeaks denounces the charges as 'an unprecedented attack on the global free press' and an 'extraterritorial application of US law'
(UPDATED) 'I do not wish to surrender myself for extradition for doing journalism that has won many awards and protected many people,' Julian Assange tells the judge
Spanish media reports say 4 Spaniards have videos and personal documents of Julian Assange
'The key issue at the moment is United States extradition, which we have warned about for many years,' lawyer Jennifer Robinson says
John Shipton says he was shocked to see the state of his son Julian Assange when the latter was arrested in London
'Julian Assange skipping bail in UK, or any rape charge that may be brought by Swedish authorities shouldn't be ignored,' says Labor Party home affairs spokeswoman Diane Abbott
(UPDATED) A legal source familiar with the case tells Agence France-Presse that Julian Assange is being held at Belmarsh prison in southeast London
'The threats against Julian Assange for political reasons, persecution on the part of the United States, are more current than ever,' says Assange lawyer Baltasar Garzon
(UPDATED) Foreign Minister Jose Valencia says the Ecuadoran government withdrew the citizenship it had granted Assange in 2017 'due to various irregularities found in his paperwork'
Julian Assange has been living at Ecuador's embassy in London's plush Knightsbridge district since 2012
(3rd UPDATE) Footage shot by the Russian video news agency Ruptly shows a frantic-looking Julian Assange being huddled out of the building by burly men in suits and pulled into one of two waiting police vans
175 gigabytes worth of messages and files from Russian politicians, journalists, oligarchs, and religious figures to name some have been released online
The Corsi-Stone communications suggest a level of coordination and planning that have not before appeared in evidence released by the investigation headed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller
'This story is totally false and deliberately libelous. I have never met Julian Assange or anyone connected to him,' Paul Manafort says in reaction to a report by 'The Guardian'
The exact nature of the charges against Assange is not immediately known
The Wikileaks founder was stopped from using the internet or a mobile phone to communicate with the outside world in March.
Joshua Schulte is charged with leaking unspecified information on the Central Intelligence Agency's intelligence-gathering capabilities to a group identified only as 'Organization-1,' which then released the information on the internet
Foreign Minister Maria Fernanda Espinosa says the 46-year-old Australian, who has been holed up at the embassy for 5 years to avoid arrest, became an Ecuadoran citizen on December 12
'The government of Ecuador recently requested diplomatic status for Mr Assange here in the UK. The UK did not grant that request, nor are we in talks with Ecuador on this matter,' the British foreign ministry says in a statement.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has angered Madrid by using Twitter to pump out messages of support for Catalonia's independence drive and accuse Spain's central government of 'repression'
A CNN report's timing is off by a single digit, leading US President Donald Trump to rail against the media for their reporting
Donald Trump Jr reveals what he says is the 'entire' chain of Twitter direct messages with WikiLeaks between September 2016 and July this year, in which Wikileaks sought to feed information to the Trump campaign and enhance the impact of its Clinton releases
The former US secretary of state's devastating election loss to Trump remains raw and she again lashes out at WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his alleged role in damaging her candidacy
The Wall Street Journal says Republican lawmaker Dana Rohrabacher told WikiLeaks' Julian Assange that in exchange, he would receive a 'pardon or other act of clemency' from President Donald Trump
The former Army intelligence analyst jailed for leaking troves of classified information to WikiLeaks is photographed by Annie Leibovitz
His status does not allow him to talk about the politics of any country let alone ours says Ecuador s new president Lenin Moreno
UPDATED Director of Public Prosecution Marianne Ny has today decided to discontinue the investigation regarding suspected rape by Julian Assange the prosecutor s office says in a statement
After another anxious 4 months of waiting the day has finally arrived I am looking forward to so much Chelsea Manning whose sentence is commuted by former president Barack Obama says in a statement via her legal team
This comes a day before the country heads to the polls for a watershed election
Moreno 64 a wheelchair user and champion of disability rights is seen as a more moderate successor to outgoing President Rafael Correa
The election is being closely watched as a barometer of the political climate in Latin America where more than a decade of leftist dominance has been waning
This is a historic act of devastating incompetence to have created such an arsenal and then stored it all in one place WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says
It is impossible to keep effective control of cyber weapons If you build them eventually you will lose them Julian Assange says
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CIA: Such disclosures not only jeopardize US personnel and operations but also equip our adversaries with tools and information to do us harm
Major tech firms say they are looking at the allegations raised in the documents released by WikiLeaks on Tuesday
The group posts nearly 9 000 documents it says are leaked from the Central Intelligence Agency in what it describes as the largest ever publication of secret intelligence materials
Obama pardoned 64 people and commuted the sentences of 209 others including Chelsea Manning in one of his final acts as president
Assange s lawyer Per Samuelsson said the questioning is expected to last several days at the embassy where the founder of the secret spilling website has been holed up for 4 years
Manning s 4 page statement addressed to the inspector general of the intelligence community indicates she attempted to commit suicide on the evening she was placed in solitary without prior notice
In a ferocious debate exchange Clinton cited reports from US intelligence agencies that Russian cyber attacks had targeted her party and campaign and demanded that Trump condemn it
The government of Ecuador respects the principle of non intervention in the internal affairs of other states It does not interfere in external electoral processes nor does it favor any particular candidate
Clinton s remarks are not dramatically out of step with her public remarks on the same issues though they may read as a bit more forthright in style