Clashes at protests in Ecuador over fuel price hike | AFP

Protesters clashed with Ecuadorian forces as they marched toward the capital to demonstrate against soaring fuel prices, with the government announcing three oil facilities had been seized, slashing production by 12 percent.

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Gold or water: the dilemma of indigenous people in Ecuador | AFP

Yaku Pérez, an Ecuadorian environmental activist, leads the fight against mining in Quimsacocha, in the Andes of Ecuador, to preserve the area’s water resources.

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Ecuadorian same-sex marriage activists tie the knot | AFP

After six years fighting for equal rights in Ecuador, Pamela Troya and Gabriela Correa finally tie the knot.

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WikiLeaks editor denied entry to Ecuadorian Embassy while trying to collect Assange’s belongings

WikiLeaks’ Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson was denied entry to the Ecuadorian Embassy in London when he attempted to enter to retrieve the belongings of Julian Assange.

Hrafnsson told supporters gathered outside the Embassy that he called the Metropolitan Police to “report a crime.”
Police are then seen entering the Embassy and then informing Hrafnsson that he would not be permitted to enter without an appointment.

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Pro-Assange protesters clash with cops in Ecuador, calling President Moreno ‘traitor’

Police clashed with protesters that hit the streets of Quito in support of WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange on Tuesday.

Protesters slammed ‘traitor’ Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno as the reportedly thousands-strong rally marched on the presidential palace. Moreno is currently in Washington DC for an official visit.

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‘We need to fight not for Assange or Wikileaks but for press freedom’ – Hrafnsson

Julian Assange faces sentencing for jumping bail in Britain and possible extradition to the US, which is the ultimate thing ‘we need to fight not just for Julian Assange, not just for WikiLeaks but for press freedom,’ editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson commented.

Hraffson said that Assange is currently confined to a cell at Belmarsh Prison, a grim facility in southeast London, however, it makes it easier for Assange to meet with his legal team than it was at the embassy, where a feud with Ecuadorian authorities had led to a ban of most guests.

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What Happens Next For Julian Assange (HBO)

Julian Assange’s lawyers are digging in for a furious, last-ditch effort to block his extradition to the U.S., following his dramatic arrest Thursday morning. The WikiLeaks founder was dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy, where he had been living since 2012.

Assange is now facing up to five years in American prison for allegedly conspiring to hack into a classified Pentagon computer system in 2010. A 2018 indictment, unsealed by the Department of Justice on Thursday, charges him with a single count of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion and alleges that he tried to help former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning gain access to the government computer system in March 2010.

Given Assange’s contentious history with Washington, the initial indictment may be an attempt to bring Assange to the U.S. before targeting him with additional charges, former federal prosecutors told VICE News. His longstanding confrontation with the U.S. government now appears destined to play out in courtrooms in London and Alexandria, Virginia.

“Once the Justice Department gets him over here, they have a lot more leverage over Mr. Assange — and the tables are turned,” said Renato Mariotti, a former U.S. prosecutor based in Chicago. “You don’t need to be a legal analyst to see why the Justice Department would probably like to charge him with all sorts of things.”

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Dark moment for press: How the world reacts to Assange being shown the Ecua-door

From human-rights organisations to politicians across the globe – people have been reacting to the arrest of WikiLeaks whistleblower Julian Assange.

On Thursday, police officers dragged him out of his refuge in London’s Ecuadorian embassy – after Quito cancelled his asylum.

‘The manner in which this operation was executed leaves a total impression of a flagrant and unconcealed neglect for the human dignity of the arrestee’ – Russian FM’s spokesperson Zakharova

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Mixed views in Ecuador after Julian Assange is arrested

Dozens of Julian Assange sympathisers gather outside the Foreign Ministry of Ecuador to protest against Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno and in favor of Julian Assange who was handed over to British authorities in London.

Live from the Ecuadorian Embassy following Assange’s arrest – part 2

Ruptly is live from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on Thursday, April 11, following the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

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Live from the Ecuadorian Embassy following Assange’s arrest

Ruptly is live from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on Thursday, April 11, following the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

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WikiLeaks: Assange to leave embassy in London soon

Police and journalists were gathering Friday gathering outside the Ecuadorian embassy in London after WikiLeaks claimed its founder Julian Assange could be kicked out “within hours to days.” (April 5)

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Conditions met for Assange to leave the embassy – Ecuadorian President

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Did someone try to break into Ecuadorian Embassy to snatch Assange?

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There are concerns for Julian Assange’s safety – after his legal team claim someone tried break-in to the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

The whistleblower hasn’t left the building since 2012, when he sought refuge there – fearing extradition to the US

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‘Ecuador might turn Assange over to US’: Ex-President Correa to RT

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The Ecuadorian government might eventually hand WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange over to Washington, even though it is legally obliged to protect him, former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa told RT.

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Behave yourself! Ecuadorian Embassy imposes new rules for Assange

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WikiLeaks supporters were thrilled to hear that Ecuador would restore Julian Assange’s internet connection. But his hosts – who have in some ways become his jailers – reportedly imposed a long list of restrictions on his behavior. DETAILS: https://on.rt.com/9gjp

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