Ecuador

WikiLeaks

Chelsea Manning Probably Won't Be Out of Jail for Long

Before she was even released from jail Thursday, Manning was hit with another subpoena for the exact same reason.
Rex Santus
5.10.19
Julian Assange

Does Julian Assange Have a Roommate in Jail? A VICE News Investigation

The U.K. Ministry of Justice is highly secretive about where inmates live within prisons like Belmarsh, where Julian Assange will serve a 50-week sentence.
David Uberti
5.4.19
Hacking

US Government Admits It Doesn’t Know If Assange Cracked Password For Manning

An FBI agent admitted in a newly unsealed court document that the Department of Justice does not know whether Assange’s offer to help Manning came to fruition.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
4.15.19
Julian Assange

This is just the beginning for Julian Assange

The U.S. could be trying to bring additional charges against the WikiLeaks founder.
David Gilbert
Greg Walters
4.11.19
Julian Assange

No one really knows if Ecuador is about to kick Julian Assange out of its embassy

He could be expelled "within hours or days,” WikiLeaks claims.
David Gilbert
4.5.19
Motherboard

Giant Tortoise Feared Extinct Reappears After 113 Years

As well as the Fernandina tortoise, another “giant” species thought to be possibly extinct showed up this year—Wallace’s giant bee.
Becky Ferreira
2.21.19
WikiLeaks

Ecuador struck a deal with the U.K. to get Assange out of its embassy — but he still won't go

"Ecuador should continue to provide him asylum.”
Tim Hume
12.7.18
Oil

8,000 Barrels of Oil Spill Into the Amazon After Locals Attack Pipeline

There have been 15 attacks on the major Peruvian pipeline in the last two years as indigenous communities faceoff against oil companies.
Daniel Oberhaus
11.29.18
War on Drugs

The cops have a suitcase packed with $1.3 million in cocaine in case anyone was looking for it

The suitcase arrived from Quito, Ecuador, and was packed with stacks of 38 cocaine bricks.
Rex Santus
11.28.18
WikiLeaks

Ecuador tells Julian Assange that cleaning the cat box is not "violating his fundamental rights"

Assange argued that the rules were part of a push to force him from the embassy.
Tim Hume
10.30.18
Julian Assange

No one at the Ecuadorian embassy will tell Assange the Wi-Fi password

“The government of Ecuador has suspended all systems that allow Julian Assange to communicate outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London."
David Gilbert
3.29.18
WikiLeaks

Ecuador Cut Off Julian Assange’s Internet For His Political Tirades on Twitter

The founder of WikiLeaks has been offline for a few hours after Ecuador suspended his internet access.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
3.28.18
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