Tagged With Ecuador

Wikileaks said Julian Assange scrubbed all his computers before getting arrested, and claimed the US could plant false evidence on them


Ecuador has reportedly agreed to hand the US any hard drives, documents, computers, and cell phones found in the embassy room where Julian Assange lived for nearly 7 years


Leaked security footage shows Julian Assange shadowboxing and jumping up and down during his 7-year exile in the Ecuadorian embassy



Ecuador says it has been hit with 40 million cyber attacks since Julian Assange was arrested at its embassy in London


Ecuador's president claims Assange was booted from the embassy so it didn't turn into a 'center for spying'


Assange's arrest was designed to make sure he didn't press a mysterious panic button he said would bring dire consequences for Ecuador



Hillary Clinton responds to Julian Assange's arrest: 'He has to answer for what he has done'


This simmering political clash may have led to Julian Assange's ouster from Ecuador's embassy


Plans to break Julian Assange out of the Ecuadorian embassy included costumes, diplomatic bags, and secret flights to Switzerland


Here's how WikiLeaks 'threatened' Ecuador before Julian Assange finally got arrested


The weirdest anecdote about Julian Assange claims that he doesn't like cutlery and eats hot food like jam pudding with his hands


Video shows Julian Assange being forcibly removed from Ecuadorian Embassy after arrest by UK police



US asks to extradite Julian Assange over leaked state secrets after he was arrested and forcibly removed from Ecuador's London embassy


Ecuadorian officials deny WikiLeaks' claim that Julian Assange is about to be kicked out its embassy in London


Julian Assange is trying to force the Trump administration to unveil the United States' secret charges against him


Ecuador's embassy is mad that Julian Assange's skateboarding habit is ruining their floors



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Venezuela's mass exodus has sparked violence, and countries are sending in more troops to deal with it


Senate Intelligence Committee wants Julian Assange to testify, and WikiLeaks isn't ruling it out


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