QUITO (Reuters) - Wikileaks founder Julian Assange received a series of medical exams, Ecuador's top attorney said on Wednesday, in line with a new set of rules for his asylum at the Andean country's London embassy that prompted him to sue the go
Julian Assange Rejects UK-Ecuador Agreement To Leave Embassy In "Near-Liberty"
Assange invited Liz Hayes into his small world, where he talked about thoughts of escape, running for the Australian Senate and how long he can sustain his diplomatic stand-off
More than six years after Julian Assange moved himself into the confines of the Ecuadorian embassy building in London, the WikiLeaks founder finds himself in danger again.
Citing an alleged breach of an agreement to refrain from interfering in other states' affairs, the Ecuadorian government has cut off Julian Assange's internet access preventing his communication with the outside world.
The president of Ecuador Lenin Moreno on Sunday described WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as an "inherited problem" that has created "more than a nuisance" for his government. "We hope to have a positive result" on the issue, he said in an intervie
Ecuador's foreign minister reveals to reporters in Quito that Wikileaks founder was granted citizenship a month ago