He could be expelled "within hours or days,” WikiLeaks claims.
“A person cannot live in those conditions forever.”
“The Working Group maintains that the arbitrary detention of Mr. Assange should be brought to an end," says a statement from UN panel.
In this excerpt from 'Britain's Secret Surveillance,' VICE News finds signs of secret phone surveillance at the UK parliament.
In this extra scene from 'Britain's Secret Surveillance,' VICE News visits Milipol, a homeland security fair in Paris, to reveal the latest hacking tools and state surveillance tech — and gets knifed in a stab vest.
The Statute of Limitations on Some of the Sexual Assault Allegations Against Julian Assange Have Expired
The WikiLeaks founder remains holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
Assange's media foray this morning left more questions than answers.
It seems opinion back home in Quito is split along class lines.