Julian Assange

Are the US and the UK authoritarian regimes? Julian Assange’s supporters think so

A young Italian woman is the latest “street installation” activist to protest the media’s silence regarding the inhumane treatment of Julian Assange by the UK and the U.S. Her installation in a square in Como lambastes the two self-styled democracies…

24 hour for Assange

Pressenza is promoting, together with numerous entities, a 24-hour global marathon for Julian Assange’s freedom. ————– Julian Assange is the man, the journalist, who dared to expose U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq and the criminals responsible. Julian Assange has, ever…

Free Leonard Peltier and all political prisoners, meetings to break the silence

On the occasion of the 47th anniversary of the Oglala events, which took place on June 26, 1975 in the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, numerous initiatives were held to remember the story of Leonard Peltier and demand his…

Noam Chomsky: Assange’s extradition is a major crime

Thanks to the support of Gerardo Femina of Europe for Peace, we were able to ask some questions to Noam Chomsky, who has already written so much about the Assange case, following it closely and fighting for the freedom of…

No one could deny Wikileaks reports, but the prisoner is Assange

The indecency of power and the manipulation of the collective imagination add up to the ignominious decision of UK Home Secretary Priti Patel, who authorised the extradition to the US of Australian whistleblower Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, accused by…

JournalistsSpeakUpForAssange: The UK approved Julian’s extradition

Friday’s announcement that the UK government approved Julian’s extradition was perhaps an expected formality, but many of you no doubt felt as we did that the news was extremely disappointing – particularly as so many press freedom organisations, including us,…

The DOCTORS FOR ASSANGE: Letter to Priti Patel MP, UK’s Home Secretary

The DOCTORS FOR ASSANGE, a group of doctors from around the world that formed in October 2019 to voice our serious concerns about the health of Julian Assange and to condemn the violations of his right to be free from…

#JournalistsSpeakUpForAssange

Full page ad in Tuesdays @guardian: 1800 Journalists from the UK and around the world urge the British government to block the extradition of Julian Assange The case against Julian Assange is a threat to Journalists everywherehttps://t.co/EFPgZn2md8 #JournalistsSpeakUpForAssange pic.twitter.com/uyQNfdrQT8 —…

As Biden Pursues Julian Assange, a Major Test of Press Freedom Looms

The WikiLeaks co-founder is losing appeals and moving closer to facing a trial in the U.S. that could threaten First Amendment protections By Jeffrey Brodsky – www.discoursemagazine.com In its prosecution of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, the Biden administration is setting…

“Collateral Murder”, installation by Banksy

During his tour in New York (on the 9th), Banksy unveiled one of his most political installations to date: the “Crazy Horse” mural, with an audio guide containing an excerpt from the controversial film “Collateral Murder”. The secret military video…

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