Julian Assange

02.04.2021

Collateral Crucifixion – Pressuring for Julian Assange’s Release!

Collateral Crucifixion – Pressuring for Julian Assange’s Release!

With the title “Collateral Crucifixion”, the artist duo Captain Borderline has completed this motif as a giant maximum Assange mural in Berlin on a complete house facade directly in front of the Willy Brandt House in Holy Week. The artist duo Captain Borderline has created on the theme of “Collateral… »

11.02.2021

U.S. to Pursue Extradition of Julian Assange as Press Freedom Groups Warn of Dangerous Precedent

U.S. to Pursue Extradition of Julian Assange as Press Freedom Groups Warn of Dangerous Precedent

The State Department said Tuesday the U.S. will continue to push for the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from Britain. Last month, a U.K. judge blocked Assange’s extradition, citing serious mental health concerns. Assange was indicted for violations of the Espionage Act related to the publication of classified documents… »

07.02.2021

Assange Verdict, ‘Severe Blow to Press Freedom’: Chomsky

Assange Verdict, ‘Severe Blow to Press Freedom’: Chomsky

Though WikiLeaks founder will not be extradited to the U.S., the America-led war on the press goes on. In an exclusive interview with Brazilian journalist Edu Montesanti, Chomsky strongly opposes Washington’s accusation, that the Australian journalist poses a threat to American security: “The persecution of Assange is politically motivated“ By… »

25.01.2021

Julian Assange tortured to give governments and army the freedom to kill

Julian Assange tortured to give governments and army the freedom to kill

Tonight I received a letter that Fabio wrote and addressed to some English politicians. We reworked it together making it an open letter addressed to those who, in various ways, are involved in the dramatic situation of Julian Assange: to the judges who are carrying out an illegal trial, to… »

11.01.2021

Assange Remains in Prison in Spite of the Decision Not to Extradite Him

Assange Remains in Prison in Spite of the Decision Not to Extradite Him

The decision not to release Julian Assange from prison on bail or on house arrest was taken today by the British court, on the grounds that he is a flight risk and that he should stay in prison until the USA had the possibility to appeal the decision not to extradite him… »

10.01.2021

Julian Assange: “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure,” according to Fidel Narváez.

Julian Assange: “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure,” according to Fidel Narváez.

“We must celebrate the sentence … but with great caution,”. In this interview, Fidel Narvaez, former consul of Ecuador in London tells us about the resolution that denies the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States. “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure and it is a… »

04.01.2021

UK judge blocks Julian Assange extradition

UK judge blocks Julian Assange extradition

The UK’s top court ruled against the extradition of the WikiLeaks founder, citing mental health grounds. In the US, he faces up to 175 years, for multiple espionage charges for releasing sensitive military documents A UK judge on Monday refused a US request to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on… »

03.01.2021

The Trial of Assange is Political

The Trial of Assange is Political

In an interview with the Italian editorial team of the Pressenza Agency, the former President of Tunisia and current President of the Human Rights Association of that country, Moncef Marzouki, was asked to comment on the case of Julian Assange, in view of the court’s decision which will be announced… »

03.01.2021

World: Positive news in the difficult year of the pandemic

World: Positive news in the difficult year of the pandemic

Is there any positive news in this era that was accompanied by the outbreak of a pandemic? Here are some news and texts that, as human beings, fill us with pride. Because, they allow us to move forward, breaking down the walls… »

03.01.2021

Assange’s sentence: live broadcast on January 4

Assange’s sentence: live broadcast on January 4

January 4 marks the end of the extradition hearings for Julian Assange in England. He is accused of having published US military documents on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, revealing to the whole world the reality of how the… »

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