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Ecuador will answer UK refusal on Assange Case

Ecuadorian Foreign Minister, Ricardo Patiño, is going to send a response this week to the UK refusal on giving safety pass to the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange. Patiño is currently at Lima (Peru) participating in the Summit of South American and Arab Countries’ leaders, in...
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Patiño requests safety pass for Assange again

Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño, again requested safety pass for the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, during the United Nations General Assembly held in New York last September 26. The British government continues to deny the safety pass to Assange, who has a...
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Julian Assange will participate in the UN

The Foreign Ministry said today in a statement that the United Nations (UN) will held a forum entitled “The Diplomatic Asylum: strengthening the international human rights system.” The meeting will be led by Ecuadorian Foreign Minister, Ricardo Patiño, and, through...
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Patiño and Hague will meet to discuss Assange matter

Foreign Minister of Ecuador, Ricardo Patiño, will meet next Thursday in New York with his counterpart in the UK, William Hague, to discuss the case of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange. “The meeting, to be held in New York, reaffirms the government’s will of both countries...
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London is not Going to Extradite Assange Without Guarantees

“Claims that Julian Assange could be sentenced to death in a possible extradition to the U.S. are unfounded”, said the Foreign Minister of the United Kingdom, William Hague. Hague said the United Kingdom and Sweden would demand human rights guarantees in case hat the U.S....
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London Sees No Solution on Assange’s Case

Last Wednesday at London, Britain’s Foreign Minister, William Hague, met with Vice President of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno. Hague claims to have had a friendly meeting with Moreno, but said he did not see “a solution” on the case of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange....

UK Sends More Nonlethal Aid to Syria’s Opposition

British government gave an extra 5 million pounds (US$7,8 million) worth of aid to Syria’s opposition. The nonlethal supplies include communications equipment, body armor and medical supplies for the groups that fight to oust President Bashar al-Assad and his regime from Syria....

European Union Sanctions Iran for Storming Embassy

On December 1, 2011; the European Union agreed on new sanctions to Iran due to the British embassy storming. Now Italy, France, Germany and the Netherlands are pulling out their foreign ministers from the Middle Eastern country. EU foreign ministers met in Brussels this Thursday...