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Carriers who fly him to the UK are told they face fines and the costs of his detention
President Vladimir Putin took a tour of the shiny new studio complex of Russia Today, the English-language television channel funded by the Kremlin, and spent an hour answering questions from a number of its journalists during a round-table interview.
It is their intention to show he was acting out of a sense of duty in the hope of alerting Americans to what was being done in their names in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars
He may have been confined to London’s Ecuadorean Embassy for almost a year, but Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks website published its latest work today: more than 1.7 million US diplomatic communications from the years 1973-1976, which it has dubbed “The Kissinger Cables”.
Sebastian Salek believes that such a controversial figure should not be allowed a platform
Helicopters buzzed overhead and armed men in uniform abseiled down the walls of an opulent mansion in the countryside outside Auckland today. But this time the “police raid” was just a stunt to herald Kim Dotcom’s launch of a new file-sharing website, to replace the one closed down by US authorities exactly a year ago.
Did it change the world, or just distract us for a day or two? Richard Askwith introduces our look-back at the past 12 months.
The British star of the small screen will reportedly join Benedict Cumberbatch in the DreamWorks movie about Julian Assange
George Galloway MP offers his response to Rob Marchant's criticisms of the Respect party and its members
Bradley Manning, the US soldier said to have passed thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks, is ready to admit several offences his lawyer has revealed.
Respect MP George Galloway has defended his controversial claim that a sexual assault allegation against WikiLeaks campaigner Julian Assange amounted to no more than bad “sexual etiquette”.
The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange could yet avoid extradition for questioning over sexual assault allegations after Ecuadorean government officials invited the Swedish authorities to London, offering to host an interview there instead.
histleblowing website begins release of 5 million hacked emails from US intelligence firm Stratfor
Witness says chat logs prove contact with a person using WikiLeaks founder's name
US Army private accused of sending secrets to WikiLeaks turns fire on judge as trial begins
The highest court in the land today granted permission for Julian Assange to appeal against his extradition to Sweden, where he faces sex crime allegations.