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Relations with US under stress because of conditions on sale of F-16s: Sartaj Aziz

May 13, 2016

Relations with US under stress because of conditions on sale of F-16s: Sartaj Aziz

Relations with the US have been under stress for the past three months because of the conditions imposed on the funding of F-16 jets sale, said Aziz. #Wikileaks #US #Osama bin Laden #Pakistan #Abbottabad #Sartaj Aziz #F-16 jets #F-16s
Look what the cat dragged in: WikiLeaks' Julian Assange has a new companion

May 11, 2016

Look what the cat dragged in: WikiLeaks' Julian Assange has a new companion

It may not be so lonely for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in the embassy quarters he's called home for nearly four years. #Wikileaks #London #Julian Assange #NewsTracker #Ecuadorean embassy #Shareworthy #Kitten #Sunshine Press
Putin denies 'element of corruption' after Panama Papers' leak; claims US officials behind the reveal

Apr 07, 2016

Putin denies 'element of corruption' after Panama Papers' leak; claims US officials behind the reveal

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday denied any "element of corruption" after the Panama Papers claimed his cellist friend Sergei Roldugin ran a USD 2-billion offshore empire, adding that his own name is not in the documents. #Wikileaks #NewsTracker #Russia #USAid #Saint Petersburg #Putin #Panama Papers #Sergei Roldugin
Britain, Sweden should accept ruling on Julian Assange: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

Feb 09, 2016

Britain, Sweden should accept ruling on Julian Assange: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

The UN human rights chief said on a visit to Sri Lanka that Britain and Sweden should accept the findings of one of his panels that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had been arbitrarily detained. #World #Wikileaks #United Nations #Julian Assange #TheySaidIt #Britain #Sweden #UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
Sweden never filed any charges against Assange: Top UN Human Rights High Commission official

Feb 06, 2016

Sweden never filed any charges against Assange: Top UN Human Rights High Commission official

A UN panel on 5 February ruled that WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, has been “arbitrarily detained” at the Ecuador Embassy in London and urged the UK and Sweden to ensure his freedom of movement. The panel also ruled that Assange should be accorded an “enforceable right to compensation”. #Wikileaks #Julian Assange #QandA #Embassy of Ecuador in London #Christophe Peschoux #Working Group on Arbitrary Detention #arbitrary detention
Assange hails 'victory' from embassy balcony after UN panel ruling

Feb 05, 2016

Assange hails 'victory' from embassy balcony after UN panel ruling

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Friday urged Britain to let him walk free from Ecuador's London embassy after a UN panel found that the anti-secrecy campaigner who faces a rape allegation in Sweden was "arbitrarily detained." #Wikileaks #London #TheySaidIt #Ecuador #Assange
Sweden 'does not agree' with the UN panel ruling on Julian Assange

Feb 05, 2016

Sweden 'does not agree' with the UN panel ruling on Julian Assange

Sweden said it did not agree with a UN panel which ruled Friday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's stay in Ecuador's London embassy amounted to "unlawful detention". #Wikileaks #United Nations #Julian Assange #NewsTracker #UN #Sweden #Ecuador
Three years on, after UN panel ruling Julian Assange could walk out of Ecuador embassy

Feb 05, 2016

Three years on, after UN panel ruling Julian Assange could walk out of Ecuador embassy

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could walk out of the Ecuadoran embassy in London after more than three years on Friday, when a UN panel will rule whether he has been illegally held. #Wikileaks #United Nations #Julian Assange #NewsTracker #Ecuadoran embassy
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will leave Equador embassy even if UN rules against him

Feb 04, 2016

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will leave Equador embassy even if UN rules against him

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said he will turn himself over to British police tomorrow if a UN panel rules he has not been arbitrarily detained, after spending years in the Ecuadoran embassy in London. #Wikileaks #Julian Assange #NewsTracker #Whistleblower #UN panel #UN Working Group