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Julian Assange at UNGA: Obama is exploiting the Arab Spring (VIDEO)

"It must come as a surprise to Tunisians for Barack Obama to say the US supported the forces of change in Tunisia," Assange said.

United Nations, meet Julian Assange

With the UK-Ecuador impasse still looming, the Ecuadorean Foreign Ministry plans to school the UN on its diplomatic asylum for WikiLeaker Julian Assange.
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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been living inside Ecuador's London embassy since June 19, 2012 after requesting political asylum whilst facing extradition to Sweden to face allegations of sexual assault. (FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)
With such international fanfare around the United Nations gatherings in New York this week, it’s hard to imagine someone like wanted WikiLeaker Julian Assange missing out. It appears he won’t have to.

Julian Assange given Aboriginal passport in 'show of solidarity'

Julian Assange was given an Aboriginal passport by an Australian activist group in a ceremony on Saturday as a "show of solidarity."

Protesters pledge support to Assange outside British Embassy in Ecuador

QUITO — About 50 protesters gathered outside the British Embassy on Sunday to protest against the UK in the continuing saga over Julian Assange, who is currently holed up in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London after being denied safe passage to Quito by the British government.

UK-Ecuador stalemate over Assange closer to being broken

QUITO — The stalemate between the British and Ecuadorean governments over the fate of WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange appears to be one step closer to breaking this weekend. Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa announced that he had received confirmation from London that UK authorities had withdrawn a threat to storm the South American country's embassy there, paving the way for negotiations after a tense two weeks.

Julian Assange: UK police arrest plan revealed accidentally

Plans for Julian Assange's arrest by British police were accidentally revealed when an officer was photographed holding them outside London's Ecuador embassy.

Assange case: OAS gives Ecuador partial support

The Organization of American States has decided to back Ecuador, declaring "solidarity and support" with the nation over granting asylum for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Assange case: US unlikely to prosecute, sources say

Assange has claimed that Sweden plans to hand him over to the US where he fears prosecution over WikiLeaks's release of confidential US government files.

Assange asylum: War of the words (INFOGRAPHIC)

Ecuador granted diplomatic asylum to WikiLeaker Julian Assange, who is still taking refuge in the South American country's embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden and, ultimately, he says, to the United States. Although the UK and Ecuador claim to be willing to negotiate an end to the drama, tension is mounting as interested parties trade barbs over the high-theatrics Assange affair.
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