Priti Patel, who will soon decide whether to extradite the WikiLeaks publisher, has links to a group that has attacked Assange in the media for a decade, Matt Kennard reports.
New Year’s Eve 2017: Bob Parry’s Last Article–A Manifesto on the State of Journalism
On New Year’s Eve 2017, less than a month before he would die, CN founder Bob Parry wrote his last article, a manifesto on the remit of journalism and its threatened demise, a chilling forecast of what was to come.
ATOMIC BOMBINGS AT 75: From Hiroshima to Collateral Murder
During this week’s commemoration of the attacks on Japan, Nozomi Hayase spotlights the courage of two journalists — Wilfred Burchett and Julian Assange — who sacrificed their own freedom to expose war crimes.
ASSANGE EXTRADITION: Did Sen. Warner and Comey Crush Assange Immunity Deal?
The U.S. was in talks for a deal with Julian Assange but then FBI Director James Comey ordered an end to negotiations after Assange offered to prove Russia was not involved in the DNC leak, as Ray McGovern explains.
Belmarsh: A ‘Brick and Wire Hell of Sensory Deprivation’
WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson addressed the National Press Club in Australia on Tuesday. Here is CN’s video production of the event.
CN Live! Special Report: Hrafnsson Tells CN Media is Essential to Assange’s Defense
WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson spoke with CN Live! in an interview after his appearance at Australia’s National Press Club.
Appeal to Archbishop of Canterbury to Support Release of Julian Assange
A letter signed by 61 intellectuals from 16 countries was delivered to Lambeth Palace calling on Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, to use his moral influence to end the unjustified imprisonment of Julian Assange.
Judge Denies Assange Extension on Extradition Hearing
A judge at a hearing in London has denied the WikiLeaks’ publisher more time to prepare his defense, while a group of Australian politicians coalesce around a demand to return Julian Assange home.
The World’s Most Important Political Prisoner
The U.K.’s imprisonment of Julian Assange sets an example for authoritarian regimes to follow in their treatment of dissidents worldwide, writes Craig Murray.
The War Party Is in Control
Republicans and Democrats alike are blaming U.S. crises on foreign adversaries instead of themselves, writes Daniel Lazare.