Latin America

Ecuador leader calls Julian Assange a 'problem'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has strained the patience of his hosts since taking up the offer of asylum in 2012.

Ecuador leader calls Julian Assange a 'problem'

Ecuador

Ecuador grants Julian Assange citizenship

Ecuador gives Wikileaks founder citizenship in a bid to usher him out of its London embassy without risking arrest.

Julian Assange granted citizenship by Ecuador

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

WikiLeaks

Chelsea Manning's release: Life beyond whistle-blowing

As the whistle-blower prepares to leave prison, her lawyer and advocates discuss what awaits her now.

Chelsea Manning's release: Life beyond whistle-blowing

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

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

Opinion

Wikileaks' CIA document dump will cause a ripple effect

Revelations about CIA's extensive hacking arsenal may push governments around the world to pursue similar exploits.

Sana Saleem

by Sana Saleem

Sana Saleem

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

US & Canada

CIA: WikiLeaks dump 'equips' US adversaries

Central Intelligence Agency accuses WikiLeaks of jeopardising its mission to protect the American people.

CIA: WikiLeaks dump 'equips' US adversaries

CIA

Apple, Samsung vow to fix flaws after CIA hack report

Agency allegedly produced more than 1,000 malware systems to infiltrate and take control of targeted electronics.

Apple, Samsung vow to fix flaws after CIA hack report

US & Canada

Republicans: Reducing Manning's sentence is outrageous

Republicans say Obama's decision to shorten Chelsea Manning's sentence is a mistake that sets a dangerous precedent.

Republicans: Reducing Manning's sentence 'outrageous'

Human Rights

Obama cuts short Chelsea Manning's prison sentence

US army whistle-blower is one of 209 inmates whose sentences outgoing President Barack Obama has commuted.