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Sweden drops rape investigation into WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
A prosecutor dropped a rape investigation against Julian Assange, ending the case that had sent the anti-secrecy campaigner into hiding in London’s Ecuadorian embassy to avoid extradition
Mexico's President has over 1 million subscribers on Youtube
The President said that thanks to social media, now everyone is free to express their views
Julian Assange’s U.S. extradition hearing is set for February 2020
Australian-born Assange came to prominence when WikiLeaks published hundreds of thousands of secret U.S. diplomatic cables in 2010, angering Washington which said he had put lives at risk
UN expert says Julian Assange suffered from psychological torture
“In addition to physical ailments, Mr. Assange showed all symptoms typical for prolonged exposure to psychological torture, including extreme stress, chronic anxiety, and intense psychological trauma”
Mexico needs unity
There is worry but also a genuine interest to build a healthy scenario to debate about national issues
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange begins court battle against extradition
Assange made international headlines in early 2010 when WikiLeaks published a classified U.S. military video showing a 2007 attack by Apache helicopters in Baghdad that killed a dozen people
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s sins are exposing war crimes and corruption
A historic episode in the struggle for freedom of information in the digital era has taken place with the detention in London of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is facing extradition to the United States
Lydia Cacho, the woman who dared to open Pandora's box
It has been 14 years since the journalist was detained for the publication of her book, where she exposed the existence of a pederasty network that involved businessmen and officials
Saudi Arabia temporarily frees women activists
The detentions occurred weeks before a ban on women driving cars in the conservative kingdom was lifted as part of efforts to relax social rules and boost the economy
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos deported from Venezuela after Maduro interview
Short detentions and deportations have become common, especially as reporters facing delays for official permissions seek shortcuts to report in Venezuela