Pamela Anderson calls on France to be Assange’s new refuge

American actress Pamela Anderson, who is romantically linked to WikiLeaks founder and asylee of Ecuador Julian Assange, yesterday asked the French authorities to grant asylum to the Australian hacker, refugee since 2012 at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.   “Julian exposed...

Protests take over the streets of American countries

Thousands of people have taken the avenues of at least nine American countries in the last four weeks. From solid democracies like the United States to failed ones like Venezuela, the vision is the same. Their motives are as varied as the results: to demand changes in Chilean...

Leopoldo López: “Do not let the Venezuelan dictatorship be an example.”

Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López, Lilian Tintori’s husband, sent a message to Ecuadorians from the Ramo Verde military prison, where he has remained as a political prisoner of the regime of Nicolas Maduro for three years. “With profound respect for the...

After being expelled, Tintori asks to finish with the Ecuadorian “dictatorship” in the polls

Lilian Tintori, the wife of the imprisoned Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López, urged Ecuadorians today to end the “dictatorship” of President Rafael Correa in the next elections, after arriving in the United States. She was expelled from the Andean country....

The CIA accuses WikiLeaks of aiding US enemies.

Wednesday the CIA accused WikiLeaks of helping US foes by revealing the methods it uses to convert Apple’s iPhone or Samsung’s smart TVs into spy systems. “The American society must be gravely concerned at any WikiLeaks revelation designed to damage the ability...

Volunteer lawyers help migrants at US airports

Last Friday, US President Donald Trump issued a decree on immigration leaving Muslim refugees in a legal limbo. A restaurant at the John F. Kennedy International Airport became an advisory center where dozens of volunteer attorneys, translators, and others tried to find and free...

Odebrecht: the government sets sights on other suspects

The president pointed to two suspects. The IRS speaks of unwarranted millionaire transfers. Mauro Terán’s defense attorney criticizes the legal process. The government is trying to distance itself from the case of alleged corruption related to the Brazilian company...
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Swedish prosecutor questions Assange for the second day at Ecuadorian embassy in London

Sweden’s chief prosecutor Ingrid Isgren arrived at the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Tuesday to question Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, in connection with a rape investigation, according to photographer said on the site. Assange, who has repeatedly denied the...