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  1. Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange is launching legal action against the government of Ecuador for "violating his fundamental rights."

  2. QUITO, Ecuador (AP) - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is seeking a court injunction pressing Ecuador to provide basic rights he says the country agreed to when it first granted ...

  3. Julian Assange is suing Ecuador’s government for violating his “fundamental rights and freedoms”, despite the fact he is still being sheltered in the country’s UK embassy. The move comes ...

  4. Ecuador expelled Venezuela’s ambassador to Quito on Thursday after a Venezuelan government minister called Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno a liar, and Venezuela reciprocated ...

  5. Ecuador gave him citizenship in January, but some Ecuadorean lawmakers have called for it to be rescinded. WikiLeaks claimed on Twitter on Thursday that the push against him was ...

  6. Mob kills three in Ecuador

    Daily Mail4 days ago

    A taxi burns at the scene of a lynching in Ecuador A mob in Ecuador killed three people mistakenly suspected of stealing children, police said Tuesday. Officials said those three ...

  7. The Ecuadorian Embassy in London may soon end the media blackout on WikiLeaks' embattled founder Julian Assange, but their demands in return for restoring his Internet, phone and visitor ...

  8. Ecuador has ordered Julian Assange to keep their London embassy's bathroom clean and take good care of his cat or it will be confiscated. The demands are among a comprehensive thorough ...

  9. Ecuador has reprimanded Wikileaks founder Julian Assange for his lack of tidiness, ABC News Australia reports. Assange has lived in London’s Ecuadorian embassy since 2012 while ...

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