06.04.2012 Any day now Britain's Supreme Court will issue a ruling on whether or not the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) issued for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is valid, a decision that will determine if.
24.08.2012 [Daily Mail] - Julian Assange will ask judges in the Hague to allow him to flee Britain, lawyers said yesterday. Assange's legal team is preparing an application to the International Court of Justice to ask it to force the UK to approve his safe passage to South America.
23.08.2012 [Herald Sun] - JULIAN Assange's mother has hung up the phone on an Australian radio host after he taunted her with a Nazi slogan when she backed out of an interview. AUDIO: 3AW. Britain WikiLeaks. Julian Assange outside a London court last year. Photo: Kirsty
23.08.2012 [The Guardian] - Ecuadorean officials have said that Britain should renounce its "threat" to storm the country's London embassy, and that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could remain inside the building for as long as he wanted – "two centuries" if necessary. The
21.08.2012 [Economic Times] - STOCKHOLM: While WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange battles to stay in Britain, Sweden is incensed he has belittled one of the world's most respected justice systems and questioned a nation famed for welcoming - not extraditing - political refugees.
17.08.2012 [CNN (blog)] - Great Britain and Ecuador remained in a standoff early Friday, following the South American nation's decision to grant Julian Assange asylum -- a decision British authorities are refusing to honor, saying they are committed to extraditing the WikiLeaks
Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, has lost a high-stakes legal case to discharge a warrant for his arrest in Britain, as a senior judge said that Mr Assange “appears to consider himself above the normal rules of law”. A London court on Tuesday rejected arguments by his legal team that ...
Andrés Rozental examines Ecuador's motivations for granting asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who faces extradition to Sweden from the UK, and how the decision affects Ecuador's relations with Britain and the United States.