Wikileaks founder said the parties responsible for his detention will face 'criminal consequences' if it continues
For many, it seems that his work with WikiLeaks makes him above the law - and makes it impossible for him to have committed sexual assault
Mr Assange's lawyers called him a 'victim' and Edward Snowden accused Britain and Sweden of setting a 'dangerous precedent'
A UN panel said Mr Assange's stay at the Ecuadorian Embassy and previous imprisonment constituted '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
Ecuador previously said that they would not allow Assange to be questioned at their embassy in London without a judicial agreement with Sweden
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
'There will always be surprises'
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.
The WikiLeaks founder's journey from teenage hacker to activist hero, then to international fugitive in a sex case, is inspiring a hard-diskful of film-makers. Nick Hasted has the data