An Ecuadorian prosecutor will question Mr Assange on behlf of Swedish investigators
Asked if the data could be a game-changer in the election, Mr Assange said: 'I think it's significant'
Hundreds of people have had sensitive family, financial or identity records posted online
There has been wild speculation that the young political staffer was a source for the DNC emails published by Wikileaks
'Get ready for a fight,' says the whistleblowing organisation
The website released 1,258 emails on Monday
The Stockholm district court said there was 'probably suspicion' against Mr Assange
Whistle-blowers say meeting showed the IMF was planning to tell Germany it will abandon the Troikla if there is no agreement on Greek debt relief
The woman, named only as SW, described the UN’s decision as being 'offensive' and said she wants 'vindication'
Mr Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012
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 said he expects the 'immediate return' of his passport
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