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Julian Assange legal issues

Wikileaks: Julian Assange to make live announcement Tuesday from Embassy of Ecuador in London - statement

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Julian Assange legal issues

Swedish appeals court says it will rule Friday on whether to rescind detention order against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange - AP

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WikiLeaks suspect Pvt. Manning convicted

WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning said to have started a hunger strike over prison conditions - Time

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WikiLeaks

Report: WikiLeaks' disclosures often benefit Russia, New York Times reports; officials say Julian Assange, Russian intelligence likely have no direct ties

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cybersecurity

Probe finds private data of hundreds of people exposed on WikiLeaks site, includes rape victims - AP

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WikiLeaks Democratic National Committee email leak

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, appearing on Dutch TV, suggests DNC staffer shot dead in Washington, DC, was killed because he was a 'source' - New York Post

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Julian Assange legal issues

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeals Stockholm court's decision on European arrest warrant over 2010 rape allegation, his lawyer says - The Local

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WikiLeaks Democratic National Committee email leak

Report: US intelligence agencies tell White House they have 'high confidence' Russia was behind Democratic Party email hack, but intentions unclear, officials say - New York Times

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WikiLeaks Democratic National Committee email leak

Editor's note: A new report by The New York Times suggests WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange timed the release of Democratic National Committee emails to harm Hillary Clinton's chances of winning the presidency. In June, Assange was interviewed on ITV and said WikiLeaks had obtained "emails related to Hillary Clinton which are pending publication," but the journalist appeared to assume Assange was referring to emails from Clinton's time as secretary of state, The Times reports. In an interview this week, Assange told another news program he timed the DNC email release to coincide with the Democratic National Convention, but said he didn't know the source. There have been several news reports citing officials and cybersecurity experts suggesting Russian state-sponsored hackers could be behind the leak. - Stephanie

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2016 US elections

Julian Assange says he rejects criticism WikiLeaks was used by Russian intelligence for DNC leak - NBC News

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WikiLeaks Democratic National Committee email leak

Report: Yahoo warned DNC consultant about potential hacking of personal email by 'state actors' soon after she began researching Trump campaign chair - Yahoo News

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WikiLeaks Democratic National Committee email leak

Wikileaks dump of DNC emails includes personal information on donors including social security, credit card numbers - Gizmodo

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Turkey coup attempt, July 2016

Turkish internet watchdog says it has blocked access to Wikileaks website in Turkey - statement via Reuters

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WikiLeaks suspect Pvt. Manning convicted

Attorney says Chelsea Manning remains under doctor's care; will continue to monitor condition - @xychelsea

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politics

Ecuador receives formal request from Swedish authorities to interview WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange inside its London embassy - @AlanJonesPA

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Hillary Clinton email controversy

Julian Assange says WikiLeaks to publish more Hillary Clinton emails - Guardian

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Julian Assange legal issues

Swedish court denies detention hearing request by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange - AP

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Julian Assange legal issues

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange: 'The UK and Sweden have deprived me from being with my children for 5 1/2 years, a fact I will never forget' - Daily Star Lebanon

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Julian Assange legal issues

Ecuador reiterates Julian Assange can come to Ecuador, but needs Britain to grant safe conduct - Reuters

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Julian Assange legal issues

Former Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon says it is 'imperative' that Sweden and the UK respect UN panel's decision on Julian Assange - AP

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