UN panel finds Assange's stay in Ecuadorian embassy amounts to 'arbitrary detention'
The Big Question: What we know about the Wikileaks founder's self-imposed confinement
Assange has called for attempts to arrest him to be blocked if the UN rules in his favour
Swedish authorities will submit questions to officials, who will then quiz the Wikileaks founder about them
The WikiLeaks founder has been in the building for three years
The force has maintained a permanent presence at the embassy in London since June 2012
'The TPP would cost lives,' opponents warn
Politicians and ordinary people have been largely excluded from TPP negotiations, leaving it in the hands of multinational corporations
The new Prime Minister has indicated his planned direction and won praise from David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch
The Australian political party founded by Julian Assange is mired in controversy as the election nears
'The last film I went to see was Lincoln which I really enjoyed'
The sit-down photo shoot and candid chat with a glossy magazine is usually the preserve of footballers and their wives. The founder of an organisation whose stated aim is to “open governments” by leaking sensitive information is perhaps a less obvious cover star.
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”.