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Assange's Asylum Fate to be Decided Today
If Asylum is granted, Assange still faces likely UK arrest
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Assange's Bid for Asylum, Day Two
'No easy way out for Assange holed up in embassy'
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Who Can Blame Assange for Seeking Protection from US Extradition?
Given the travesty that is American justice, WikiLeaks' founder is entitled to seek asylum and well-advised to fear extradition
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Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Seeking Asylum in Ecuador
Assange taking refuge in Ecuador embassy
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Britain's Supreme Court Refuses Julian Assange Appeal Bid
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange could be extradited to Sweden in two weeks' time after Britain's Supreme Court said on Thursday it had rejected a legal bid to reconsider his case. The decision ended Assange's 18-month legal battle in the British courts, and now only a possible appeal to a...
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Wikileaks' Assange Appeals UK Extradition Decision
Lawyers for Julian Assange on Tuesday challenged the UK Supreme Court’s decision to extradite the WikiLeaks founder to Sweden to face sexual assault charges. Assange - who denies the accusations - is concerned that extradition to Sweden could ultimately lead to his eventual transfer to the United...
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America has No Interest in Wikileaks' Assange, says US Ambassador to Australia
“There is no such thing as a secret warrant. Period"
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The Austerity Agenda
“The boom, not the slump, is the right time for austerity.” So declared John Maynard Keynes 75 years ago, and he was right. Even if you have a long-run deficit problem — and who doesn’t? — slashing spending while the economy is deeply depressed is a self-defeating strategy, because it just deepens...
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Supporters Rally for Wikileaks' Assange in Home Country
Demonstrators call on Australia to take action before Assange is extradited
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WikiLeaks, War Crimes and the Pinochet Principle
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s protracted effort to fight extradition to Sweden suffered a body blow this week. Britain’s Supreme Court upheld the arrest warrant, issued in December 2010. After the court announced its split 5-2 decision, the justices surprised many legal observers by granting...
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