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WikiLeaks Brings Its Case to Latin America

Consortium News 29 Nov 2022
Julian Assange outside the Royal Court of Justice in London, July 13, 2011 ... A delegation from Wikileaks is on a tour across Latin America to drum up support from various social movements and progressive governments in the region to call for Julian Assange’s release ... (Assange Defense) ... Major Newspapers Push US to Drop Assange Charges].
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5 major newspapers push US to drop Assange charges: 'Publishing is not a crime'

Alternet 29 Nov 2022
State Department sent a letter Monday calling on the Biden administration to drop all charges against Julian Assange, who has been languishing in a high-security London prison for more than three years in connection with his publication of classified documents ... The letter comes as Assange, the founder and publisher of WikiLeaks, is fighting the U.S.
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Top world media outlets urge US to halt prosecution of Julian Assange

Anadolu Agency 29 Nov 2022
In a joint open letter published on Monday, The New York Times, The Guardian, Le Monde, El Pais, and Der Spiegel gave their views on the prosecution of Julian Assange, noting that they had "published a series of revelations in cooperation with Wikileaks that made the headlines around the world" starting in late 2006.
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Leading Media Outlets Urge US to End Prosecution of Julian Assange

Voa News 29 Nov 2022
The United States should end its prosecution of Julian Assange, leading media outlets from the United States and Europe that had collaborated with the WikiLeaks founder said on Monday, citing press freedom concerns ... Assange is wanted by U.S ... by Assange in the "Cablegate" leak.
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Media Groups Urge US To Drop Julian Assange Charges

Slashdot 29 Nov 2022
The US government must drop its prosecution of the WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange because it is undermining press freedom, according to the media organizations that first helped ...
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5 Leading Newspapers Urge US To Drop Hunt For Julian Assange

MENA FN 29 Nov 2022
(MENAFN - Kashmir Observer) Julian Assange . File Photo London- Five of the Western world's leading newspapers issued a joint call Monday for the United States to drop its prosecution of ... .
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Top media outlets demand US end prosecution of Julian Assange

Al Jazeera 28 Nov 2022
The United States must end its prosecution of Julian Assange, top global media organisations have urged, saying the US indictment against the WikiLeaks founder threatens free expression and freedom of the press ... Assange is appealing against the British government’s approval of his extradition.
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New York Times leads media call for Biden to drop Assange charges

Russia Today 28 Nov 2022
Five major news outlets, including the New York Times, have called on the Biden administration to drop charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange ...Twelve years after the publication of ‘Cablegate’, it is time for the US government to end its prosecution of Julian Assange for publishing secrets,” the letter concluded.
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‘Publishing is not a crime’: media groups urge US to drop Julian Assange charges

The Observer 28 Nov 2022
The US government must drop its prosecution of the WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange because it is undermining press freedom, according to the media organisations that first helped him publish leaked diplomatic cables ... Assange has been held in Belmarsh prison in south London since his arrest at the Ecuadorian embassy in London in 2019.
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Major Newspapers Push US to Drop Assange Charges

Consortium News 28 Nov 2022
Assange supporters carry ribbon around DOJ in Washington in October ... State Department sent a letter Monday calling on the Biden administration to drop all charges against Julian Assange, who has been languishing in a high-security London prison for more than three years in connection with his publication of classified documents.
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Global Media Coalition Urges US to End Prosecution of Wikileaks Founder Assange - Letter

Urdu Point 28 Nov 2022
A group of five major media outlets from around the world released an open letter on Monday calling upon the US government to end its prosecution of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who faces up to 175 years in prison for charges brought against him under the Espionage Act of 1917.
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Top media outlets call for end to prosecution of Julian Assange

Business Day 28 Nov 2022
Washington  —  The US should end its prosecution of Julian Assange, leading media outlets from the US and Europe that had collaborated with the WikiLeaks founder said on Monday, citing press freedom concerns ... Assange spent seven years in the embassy before being dragged out and jailed in 2019 for breaching bail conditions.
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An open letter from editors and publishers: Publishing is not a Crime

The Observer 28 Nov 2022
For Julian Assange, publisher of Wikileaks, the publication of “Cable gate” and several other related leaks had the most severe consequences ... But we come together now to express our grave concerns about the continued prosecution of Julian Assange for obtaining and publishing classified materials.
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New York Times, European news outlets call on US to drop charges against Assange

The Hill 28 Nov 2022
government to drop charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, citing First Amendment concerns. In an open letter from the Times, the UK’s The Guardian, France’s Le Monde, Spain’s El Pais and Germany’s Der Spiegel, the media companies argued charges against Assange should be dropped.

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