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Ben Ali: Tunisia's ousted ex-president dies in exile aged 83 19.9.2019 BBC: World
Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, who led the country for 23 years before he was ousted in 2011, was 83.
Julian Assange To Stay In Jail Even After End Of Sentence 13.9.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will remain in prison even when his jail term ends because of his "history of absconding", a judge ruled on Friday.
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Julian Assange to stay in prison over absconding fears 13.9.2019 BBC: Front Page
A judge says he won't be freed ahead of his extradition hearing because of his "history of absconding".
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Swedish Prosecutors Interview New Witnesses In Assange case 9.9.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
Swedish prosecutors have interviewed two new witnesses over a 2010 rape allegation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the Prosecution Authority said Monday.
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Swedish prosecutor reviewing witness accounts in Assange case 9.9.2019 Reuters: Top News
The Swedish prosecutor investigating a rape allegation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Monday she had interviewed seven witnesses, including two not previously heard, but had yet to determine how to proceed in the case.
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RAY McGOVERN: Rich’s Ghost Haunts the Courts 13.8.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
It is verboten to utter his name, but a lawsuit and possible declassification of NSA documents could get to the bottom of the Seth Rich controversy, says Ray McGovern. By Ray McGovern Special to Consortium News As if it weren’t…Read more →
'Iran tortured me into confessing to be an Israeli spy' 13.8.2019 BBC: World
Mazyar Ebrahimi says he is lucky to be alive after being forced to make a false confession on TV.
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Russiagate is Dead, but for the Political Establishment, it is Still the New 42 12.8.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
Craig Murray offers a guide to a judge’s conclusion that claims made as the basis of Russiagate are insufficient to even warrant a hearing.  By Craig Murray CraigMurray.org.uk Douglas Adams famously suggested that the answer to life, the universe and…Read more →
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New Fears for Julian Assange 8.8.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
Legendary journalist John Pilger has been to see Assange in Belmarsh Prison in London and his report is not encouraging. Journalist John Pilger has recently visited imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and has raised an alarm about Assange’s “deteriorated” health.…Read more →
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Democrats Blowing on Embers With a Politicized Mueller 25.7.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
Robert Mueller appeared to have difficulty understanding and answering questions during his day-long hearings on Wednesday but snapped to attention to make political points, says Joe Lauria. By Joe Lauria Special to Consortium News Former Russiagate special counsel Robert Mueller’s…Read more →
RAY McGOVERN: A Non-Hack That Raised Hillary’s Hackles 23.7.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
On the third anniversary of the release by WikiLeaks of the DNC emails, Ray McGovern looks back at how the DNC diverted the damaging contents into a trumped up conspiracy blaming Russia with no evidence at all.  By Ray McGovern…Read more →
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WATCH THE REPLAY: WikiLeaks Editor Kristinn Hrafnsson, Michael Isikoff, Pepe Escobar, As’ad AbuKhalil on CN Live! 19.7.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson, journalists Michael Isikoff and Pepe Escobar, political scientist As’ad AbuKhalil and author George Szamuely on Episode 2 of CNLive!  Hrafnsson joined CNLive! to speak on the latest about imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange, including CNN’s recent hit…Read more →
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WikiLeaks Editor Kristinn Hrafnsson, Michael Isikoff, Pepe Escobar, As’ad AbuKhalil on CN Live! Friday 2pm EDT 19.7.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson, journalists Michael Isikoff and Pepe Escobar, political scientist As’ad AbuKhalil and author George Szamuely on Episode 2 of CNLive! Friday at 2 pm Eastern Daylight time. Please join us live. Hrafnsson will speak on the latest…Read more →
CNN’s Amazing Dishonesty in Smearing Assange 17.7.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
The sheer volume of disinformation packed into this one article is jaw-dropping, writes Caitlin Johnstone. By Caitlin Johnstone CaitlinJohnstone.com CNN has published an unbelievably brazen and dishonest smear piece on Julian Assange, easily the most egregious article of its kind…Read more →
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Chelsea Manning’s Daily Fines for Grand Jury Resistance Increase to $1000 17.7.2019 Truthout.com
Manning's legal team says she will face a total of more than $440,000 in fines.
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Concord Management and the End of Russiagate? 12.7.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has just shut down half of Robert Mueller’s Russian-interference case, writes Daniel Lazare. By Daniel Lazare Special to Consortium News Don’t look now, but a federal judge in Washington, D.C., has just shut down…Read more →
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The Revelations of WikiLeaks: No. 4—The Haunting Case of a Belgian Child Killer and How WikiLeaks Helped Crack It 12.7.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
Elizabeth Vos reviews the infamous legal case of Marc Dutroux and why it engendered public distrust in the institutions of government.  This is the fourth article in a series that is looking back on the major works of the publication that…Read more →
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Announcing CN Live! A Weekly Current Events Webcast Beginning Friday on Consortium News 11.7.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
Consortium News announces the launch on Friday of a weekly webcast news show as a successor to the Vigils for Assange that will also delve into other pressing issues of the day. CN Live! will air every Friday from 2 pm to…Read more →
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Trump's strong reaction to leak of British memos puts a chill on diplomacy 11.7.2019 LA Times: Commentary

When a cache of sensitive, embarrassing U.S. diplomatic cables was leaked nine years ago, a chill ran down the spine of many ambassadors and their staffs. Confidential memos, some criticizing key foreign partners, were suddenly blanketing the press. It made for a few awkward tete-a-tetes, a scramble...

Donald Trump’s reaction to the British ambassador’s leaked comments reek of double standards 11.7.2019 Scroll.in
In 2010, WikiLeaks made public 250,000 classified US diplomatic cables which included criticisms of UK policy and gossip about British MPs.
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