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Julian Assange had 2 kids with lawyer in Ecuadorian embassy

12 Apr 2020

Julian Assange had 2 kids with lawyer in Ecuadorian embassy

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange got engaged and fathered two children while living inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, his lawyer-fiancée has revealed.

WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning ordered free from prison; fined $256,000

13 Mar 2020

WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning ordered free from prison; fined $256,000

Former United States Army soldier Chelsea Manning was released from prison on Thursday on the orders of a federal court in Virginia.

WikiLeaks founder sentenced to 50-weeks jail for skipping bail

01 May 2019

WikiLeaks founder sentenced to 50-weeks jail for skipping bail

In a major development, Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, has been sentenced to 50 weeks in the UK prison for breaching bail conditions.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador withdrew asylum status

11 Apr 2019

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador withdrew asylum status

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested on Thursday by British police after Ecuador denied to provide him asylum indefinitely. Assange, who has grown a beard, was forcefully taken into a police vehicle.

UN expert to visit Assange, assess violation of privacy claims

06 Apr 2019

UN expert to visit Assange, assess violation of privacy claims

An independent rights expert will visit WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadoran embassy in London to assess whether privacy violation claims involving him merit investigation, the UN rights office said Thursday.

UN to Britain: Let Julian Assange leave Ecuador embassy freely

22 Dec 2018

UN to Britain: Let Julian Assange leave Ecuador embassy freely

On Friday, UN rights experts called on British authorities to allow WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to leave the Ecuador embassy in London without fear of arrest or extradition.

Julian Assange sues asylum host Ecuador over 'inhuman' conditions

21 Oct 2018

Julian Assange sues asylum host Ecuador over 'inhuman' conditions

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is taking legal action against Ecuador, the South American nation that continues to provide him with asylum, for allegedly violating his "fundamental rights and freedoms".

6 times Mayawati acted like a Princess

05 Jun 2018

6 times Mayawati acted like a Princess

Mayawati's way of life has forever been a subject of controversy in Indian politics. Its reasons and her insecurities can be debated, but in a country where every third person is poor, her flaunting of riches demand outright condemnation.

Ecuador blocks Julian Assange's internet access after he 'breaks promise'

29 Mar 2018

Ecuador blocks Julian Assange's internet access after he 'breaks promise'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can no longer communicate with the outside world.

Trump's 'highly-anticipated' fake news 'awards' are out

18 Jan 2018

Trump's 'highly-anticipated' fake news 'awards' are out

President Donald Trump keeps his word. He promised a US-Mexico border wall, he's apparently building it. He promised "immigration reform", he's doing it.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange given Ecuador citizenship

12 Jan 2018

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange given Ecuador citizenship

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is now a citizen of Ecuador, which is also helping him reach a "dignified and just" solution with Britain.

UIDAI mulls using dummy numbers to protect Aadhaar data

20 Nov 2017

UIDAI mulls using dummy numbers to protect Aadhaar data

Amid a wave of criticism over lack of privacy and security, the UIDAI is mulling one more way to protect Aadhaar data of people: dummy numbers.

Swamy raises questions about Aadhaar's security, talks about GST

29 Oct 2017

Swamy raises questions about Aadhaar's security, talks about GST

In an interview with Mirror Now, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy voiced his concern regarding the Aadhaar infrastructure which, according to Swamy, might be susceptible to abuse by American intelligence agencies.

Bank details of Indians are available online for Rs. 500

17 Oct 2017

Bank details of Indians are available online for Rs. 500

The dark web is a cornucopia of all things banned, illegal or prohibited: if you know how to access its innermost layers, you might get plenty of confidential information at really cheap prices.

Hillary Clinton: WikiLeaks is a subsidiary of the Russian intelligence

17 Oct 2017

Hillary Clinton: WikiLeaks is a subsidiary of the Russian intelligence

Hillary Clinton still seems bitter about her loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential elections.

Is the CIA spying on Indians' Aadhaar data?

26 Aug 2017

Is the CIA spying on Indians' Aadhaar data?

WikiLeaks has published some new controversial reports. According to one of its latest exposé, the CIA has been using tools that compromise Aadhaar data.

Panamagate- Pak SC refuses to remove investigators probing Sharif

30 May 2017

Panamagate- Pak SC refuses to remove investigators probing Sharif

The Pakistan SC dismissed a plea by Nawaz Sharif's son Hussain Nawaz, who had requested for removal of two members of the investigation panel probing the PM's role in the Panama Papers scandal.

Sweden drops rape investigation into Assange

19 May 2017

Sweden drops rape investigation into Assange

Sweden's director of public prosecutions Marianne Ny has decided to drop the investigations into allegations of rape against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Chelsea Manning, released from prison, celebrates free life

19 May 2017

Chelsea Manning, released from prison, celebrates free life

After seven years in prison, former US soldier Chelsea Manning charged over espionage was released on May 16.

Microsoft lambasts NSA for WannaCry, time for a "wake-up call"

15 May 2017

Microsoft lambasts NSA for WannaCry, time for a "wake-up call"

Although Microsoft has released a patch update to counter the ransomware WannaCry, it is now fuming at how all this came to fruition owing to the software vulnerabilities, which were exploited but not reported by the NSA.

French candidate Macron's campaign claims 'massive hack' ahead of elections

06 May 2017

French candidate Macron's campaign claims 'massive hack' ahead of elections

French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign said it has been the victim of a "massive hacking attack" that leaked campaign emails online.

Panamagate: SC orders JIT to probe corruption charges against Sharif

20 Apr 2017

Panamagate: SC orders JIT to probe corruption charges against Sharif

The Pakistani Supreme Court has ordered a Joint Investigation team to initiate probe proceedings against PM Nawaz Sharif over his involvement in the Panama Papers scandal.

US Election hacking: Alleged Russian hacker arrested in Spain

11 Apr 2017

US Election hacking: Alleged Russian hacker arrested in Spain

Following the issue of arrest warrant from US, Barcelona Police on Sunday arrested Russian programmer Pyotr Levashov for his alleged involvement in hacking the US Presidential elections.

Panamagate: PM Sharif's 'kidney stone diagnosis' ahead of SC verdict

04 Apr 2017

Panamagate: PM Sharif's 'kidney stone diagnosis' ahead of SC verdict

A change of guard in Pakistan is speculated as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif-led government is preparing for the Supreme Court's verdict on Panama Papers scandal.

Manning criticises Obama, Trump

27 Jan 2017

Manning criticises Obama, Trump

Despite having her sentence commuted, former US President Barack Obama faced Chelsea Manning's ire for leaving a "vulnerable legacy" with "very few permanent accomplishments."

CIA declassifies report on key events and personalities in India

23 Jan 2017

CIA declassifies report on key events and personalities in India

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) declassified 930,000 documents last week.

Obama commutes prison term of Chelsea Manning

19 Jan 2017

Obama commutes prison term of Chelsea Manning

In January'17, former president Barack Obama commuted Manning's 35-year sentence, a decision that can't be undone by incumbent President Donald Trump.

Saudis fund Taliban while their king backs Afghan govt.

10 Dec 2016

Saudis fund Taliban while their king backs Afghan govt.

Saudi Arabia is in a unique situation in the Afghan geopolitical conflict that it is on both sides of it- the Afghan government and the Taliban.

Swedish court upholds Assange arrest warrant

16 Sep 2016

Swedish court upholds Assange arrest warrant

A Swedish appeals court has upheld an arrest warrant against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, over allegations of rape.

The Clinton 'body count': Several mysterious deaths

24 Aug 2016

The Clinton 'body count': Several mysterious deaths

Multiple reports in the U.S. media suggest nearly three dozen people associated with the Clintons have met with untimely deaths in often suspicious circumstances.

Assange cleared from sexual assault allegation

15 Aug 2015

Assange cleared from sexual assault allegation

The sexual assault charge against Julian Assange was dropped by the Swedish prosecutors.