Julian Assange has been barred from communicating with the outside world for more than three weeks. On March 27, the government of Ecuador blocked Assange's internet access and barred him from receiving visitors other than his lawyers. Assange has
We call on the government of Ecuador to allow Julian Assange his right of freedom of speech.
WikiLeaks founder fears he will be extradited to US
The WikiLeaks founder has angered Spain's government by using Twitter to post messages of support for Catalan independence.
The Ecuadorian government has confirmed that it keep protecting Australian cyber activist Julian Assange, who has remained in asylum since 2012 at the Quito embassy in London, the Foreign Ministry confirmed today.
Last weekend, a tribunal held by indigenous communities in Gualaquiza, in the Amazon headwaters region of Ecuador, accused the nation's first large scale mining operation of major human and environmental abuses.
"Chevron has probably spent more money trying to weasel out of this case than any corporation in world history," Greenpeace co-founder Rex Weyler said.
Amid White House staff changes, the vice president has replaced his long-serving chief of staff with sharp-elbowed political operative Nick Ayers.
The foreign minister declared, "Ecuador rejects all actions that interfere or intervene in the internal affairs of a sovereign nation."
The small city of Cuenca, Ecuador is struggling to address a growing wave of American "Baby Boomers" who have decided to retire there to take advantage of a socialist welfare state designed for its locals.
Leftwing candidate begins celebrations after presidential runoff with implications for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
After more than four years sheltering sheltering inside Ecuador's embassy in London, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange could have limited time left.