United Kingdom

New Ecuador leader says Assange can stay at embassy

Moreno criticises Assange as a 'hacker' but says the WikiLeaks founder can remain at Ecuadorian embassy in London.

Moreno says Julian Assange can stay on in embassy

Europe

'Focus moves to UK' as Sweden drops Assange rape probe

UK police say Assange will still be arrested for 'minor offence' if he left Ecuadorian embassy where he is holed up.

Sweden drops Julian Assange rape investigation

WikiLeaks

Five things to know about Julian Assange

The founder of the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has been holed up in the Ecuadoran embassy in London since 2012.

Five things to know about Julian Assange

Sweden

Assange lawyer asks Sweden court to drop arrest warrant

Lawyer cites statements by US officials calling for the WikiLeaks founder's arrest as grounds to repeal detention order.

Assange lawyer asks Sweden court to drop arrest warrant

Opinion

Clamping down on whistle-blowers a 'retrograde' step

Whistle-blowers should be aware of how politicians use their leaks, but governments must protect - not punish - them.

Paul Bernal

by Paul Bernal

Paul Bernal

United States

Arrest of WikiLeaks's Assange a 'priority': US official

Attorney General Jeff Sessions remarks come amid reports that his office is preparing charges against Julian Assange.

Julian Assange's arrest a 'priority': Jeff Sessions

Opinion

The futility of secrets in the age of technology

The latest CIA leak proves that state actors no longer get to decide who can be privy to information stamped 'secret'.

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica

WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks 'to share CIA hacking tools' with tech firms

Julian Assange says anti-secrecy group to work with companies to help defend them against the CIA's hacking tools.

WikiLeaks 'to share CIA hacking tools' with tech firms

WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks' Assange questioned over rape allegation

Founder of whistle-blowing website, who has been living in Ecuador's UK embassy for years, denies the accusations.

WikiLeaks' Assange questioned at the Ecuadorian embassy

Julian Assange

Ecuador admits cutting Julian Assange's internet

Leftist government says it exercised "sovereign right" by temporarily restricting WikiLeaks founder's connection.

WikiLeaks: Ecuador admits cutting Assange's internet

WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks: Assange's internet 'severed' by state actor

WikiLeaks says it is activating "contingency plans" after Assange's internet access cut by a "state actor".

WikiLeaks: Assange's internet 'severed' by state actor

Inside Story

Is WikiLeaks still relevant?

Whistle-blowing website promises to reveal more secret and "significant" documents before year's end.

WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks founder promises new leaks on US election

Julian Assange pledges to release one million documents related to US vote, but denies aiming to harm Clinton.

Julian Assange

Swedish appeals court upholds Assange detention order

Judges reject plea by WikiLeaks founder, holed up in Ecuadorian embassy in London, to have 2010 detention order dropped.

Swedish appeals court upholds Assange detention order

The Listening Post

Perspective: Panama Papers and ‘responsible’ journalism

Journalistic collaborations reporting the Panama Papers should be open to aid from beyond the commercial news industry.