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The Ecuadorian ambassador is understood to be flying out to her nation's capital this weekend for talks on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Julian Assange would not reveal where today's emails had come from

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A lawyer for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claims she was stopped at Heathrow Airport and told she was on a watch list requiring official approval before she could return to her native Australia.

Julian Assange launches talk show on Kremlin-backed broadcaster Russia Today

If you can't beat them join them. Julian Assange has long complained that mainstream media organisations and international broadcasters have given him a hard time.

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WikiLeaks publishes emails revealing inner workings of secretive private intelligence firm

histleblowing website begins release of 5 million hacked emails from US intelligence firm Stratfor

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