Feed: CNN Top Stories | Search phrase: assange | Ecuador says it has again suspended Julian Assange's ability to communicate with the world outside its embassy in London. The South American nation accuses him of failing to commit to an agreement not to release messages interfering with other nations' affairs.
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | Wednesday: Heavy losses in Europe, volatility on Wall Street, but the Australian market is set to bounce back. Plus: Assange loses court fightGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Wednesday 7 February. Continue reading...
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | Robertson frequently criticises refugee policy, warning Australia seen as "mean and miserable'He's been a frequent critic of Australia's refugee policy, warning Australia risks being seen as "mean and miserable"; he's defended our highest profile fugitive, Julian Assange, and lived for the bulk of his life outside the country. Now Geoffrey Robertson QC, human rights lawyer and civil rights advocate, has been made an officer of the Order of Australia. Continue reading...
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | In the era of digital politics, an odd alliance has sprung up: anti-state campaigners and Moscow-backed nationalists are combining to disrupt liberal institutionsAt a time when strange alliances are disrupting previously stable democracies, the Catalan independence referendum was a perfect reflection of a weird age. Along with the flag-waving and calls for "freedom' from Madrid, the furore that followed the vote unleashed some of the darker elements that have haunted recent turbulent episodes in Europe and America: fake news, Russian mischief and, marching oddly in step, libertarian activism.
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | How the saga of a trip to Sweden, an arrest warrant and refuge in an Ecuadorian embassy unfolded14 August Assange invited to Stockholm to address seminar by the Social Democrats' Brotherhood Movement, staying at apartment of Miss A. The two reportedly have sex that night. Continue reading...
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | Two surveys give LenÃn Moreno lead in presidential election but it remains unclear whether there will be a runoffExit polls in Ecuador's presidential election on Sunday indicated it was too close to say whether LenÃn Moreno, the successor to Rafael Correa in the ruling Alianza Pais coalition, would face his nearest rival Guillermo Lasso, of the rightwing Creo-Suma alliance, in a runoff in April. Related: Ecuador presidential hopeful promises to evict Julian Assange from embassy Continue reading...
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | President gets his attorney general "¦ Corbyn ridiculed for declaring "real fight starts now' on Brexit "¦ and Julian Assange's embassy sanctuary threatenedHello, this is Warren Murray bringing you today's Guardian morning briefing. Continue reading...
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | Rex Tillerson expected to secure Senate vote; UK parliament must approve Brexit, top court rules; Assange claims Manning clemency was to get to himPresident Donald Trump's controversial choice for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, overcame the first hurdle in his confirmation on Monday after gaining the support of the majority of the foreign affairs committee. Marco Rubio, the last holdout from the Republicans on the committee, pledged his support for Tillerson after doubts over his commitment to defending human rights abroad. Rubio's vote gave the former ExxonMobil CEO an 11-10 vote on the committee, with members voting along party lines. Tillerson will now face a wider vote in the Senate, which he is expected to pass.
Feed: CNN Top Stories | Search phrase: assange | Julian Assange has launched a scathing attack on the quality of the US intelligence report that says his organization was involved in hacking the presidential election.
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | James Clapper tells Congress he will release more evidence of Russian interference in US election and describes "multifaceted' cyber assaultThe departing head of US intelligence has publicly defended his analysts against attacks by Donald Trump following their conclusion that Russia interfered in the November election, as the unprecedented dispute between the president-elect and the intelligence services he will soon control broke into the open. Related: Republicans voice disdain after Trump tweets support for Julian Assange Continue reading...
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | Four arrested over "anti-Trump' beating on Facebook Live; president-elect sides with Assange over DNC hack; Apple removes New York Times app in ChinaSenate Democrats may not be able to block Donald Trump's cabinet nominees. But that won't stop them trying. Eight in particular are being targeted as "troublesome", including Rex Tillerson (state), Jeff Sessions (attorney general) and Steve Mnuchin (treasury). " "We have asked for fair hearings on all of those nominees," minority leader Chuck Schumer told reporters on Wednesday. "There are a lot of questions about these nominees." Sessions was grilled by Senator Dick Durbin about his history on making racially insensitive comments, which he reportedly said would not be an issue.
Feed: CNN Top Stories | Search phrase: assange | Intelligence officials are increasingly dismayed about President-elect Donald Trump's tweets and continued public attacks against them, describing his conduct as distressing, officials told CNN Wednesday.
Feed: The Guardian | Search phrase: assange | Mordechai Vanunu accused of breaching strict controls on movementFormer technician blew whistle on Israel's nuclear weapons programmeAmong all the talk of whistleblowers as heroes - Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange, the Panama Papers leaker - one is rarely mentioned. Mordechai Vanunu came to Britain in 1986 to tell the Sunday Times the story of the nuclear weapons facility at Dimona in the Negev desert in southern Israel. Continue reading...
Feed: WAPO | Search phrase: assange | UN panel says Assange should be freed, should be entitled to compensation.
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