23.08.2012 [The Week UK] - THE DEBATE about JulianAssange's extradition to Sweden, and Ecuador's offer of asylum, is mired in confusion, with supporters and critics pursuing arguments that sometimes prove baseless. Here The Week seeks to debunk six myths surrounding the case.
23.08.2012 [Terra.com] - Ecuador no buscará fórmulas para ayudar a huir a JulianAssange, que se refugia en su embajada en Londres desde hace dos meses, explicaron hoy a Efe fuentes del Gobierno ecuatoriano en la capital británica. "Queremos ser transparentes y jugar limpio.
23.08.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - QUITO: Ecuador says it will treat a request from Belarus for a former financial crimes investigator to be extradited with the same respect for human rights that guided it in the case of the WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange. ''Ecuador will put the
24.08.2012 [Telegraph.co.uk] - The Government has written to the Ecuadorian embassy in London to resume talks over WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange, who has been holed up in the building for the past two months. The Foreign Office confirmed a ''formal communication'' had been sent
24.08.2012 [Daily Mail] - JulianAssange 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.
24.08.2012 [El Huffington Post (blog)] - JulianAssange probablemente esté pasando uno de los peores momentos de su vida, atrapado en la embajada de Ecuador y pendiente de si finalmente acaba extraditado y enfrentándose al todo poderoso EEUU. Mas allá de la actividad que le ha lanzado
24.08.2012 [Jewish Chronicle] - Those watching the JulianAssange coverage over the last week may have idly wondered, where is Ecuador? Do I know anything about Ecuador? Or, more importantly, does Ecuador have a Jewish community? The JC is here to help. First, Ecuador is in the
17.08.2012 [CNN (blog)] - Great Britain and Ecuador remained in a standoff early Friday, following the South American nation's decision to grant JulianAssange asylum -- a decision British authorities are refusing to honor, saying they are committed to extraditing the WikiLeaks
21.08.2012 [Miami New Times (blog)] - Poor JulianAssange. Eighteen months ago, the 41-year-old Aussie was a globetrotting Wiki-warrior with dashing, wizard-like white hair. Now, he is effectively imprisoned inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London while evading an extradition order to
17.08.2012 [MinnPost.com] - JulianAssange lives in a pricey building in one of London's toniest districts. But he is not staying in the lap of luxury. The once globe-trotting WikiLeaks founder is confined to several hundred square feet of space inside Ecuador's London embassy
19.08.2012 [The Atlantic Wire] - JulianAssange made his first public appearance since seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London almost two months ago. Assange called for the U.S. to end the "witch hunt" against Wikleaks from an embassy balcony. "I speak to you from up here
20.08.2012 [The Droid Guy] - WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange proceeded with his planned speech last Sunday amidst threat from the British government to storm the Ecuadorian embassy where he sought protection. Speaking at the embassy's balcony, the whistleblower called on
20.08.2012 [Firedoglake] - JulianAssange, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief who was granted asylum by Ecuador, delivered a speech from a balcony on the embassy building on August 19. It was a speech where he expressed immense gratitude to Ecuador, Latin American countries, the
20.08.2012 [Salt Lake City] - LONDON (CNN) — JulianAssange demanded that the United States drop its “witch hunt” against WikiLeaks on Sunday as he made his first public appearance after months effectively confined to the Embassy of Ecuador in London. “As WikiLeaks stands
20.08.2012 [The Indypendent] - JulianAssange gave a defiant statement from a balcony at the Ecuadorean embassy in London. Here is his speech in full: Can you hear me? I'm here because I cannot be there today. Thank you for coming. Thank you for your resolve and your generosity of
23.08.2012 [El Universo] - Se prevé que los cancilleres que se reunirán en la OEA el viernes evitarán opinar sobre la concesión de asilo al fundador de WikiLeaks, JulianAssange, con lo que la cita tendrá poco impacto en las negociaciones entre Ecuador y el Reino Unido, según
23.08.2012 [teleSUR TV] - El Gobierno de Ecuador evalúa distintas estrategias para que el fundador de WikiLeaks, JulianAssange, pueda abandonar la embajada ecuatoriana en Londres (capital del Reino Unido) y se concrete el asilo político otorgado la semana pasada.
21.08.2012 [El País.com (España)] - La algarabía en torno a la concesión de asilo por Ecuador al fundador de Wikileaks, JulianAssange, oculta las esenciales incoherencias subyacentes. Sólo examinando éstas entenderemos lo que realmente está en juego. Para empezar, Ecuador, cuya