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2015 Oct 18: Book launch - The Wikileaks Files | Sydney

Julian Assange

Founded by Assange in 2006, WikiLeaks came to international prominence in 2010 with the release of more than 250,000 top-secret cables leaked from the US Sta...

Tatiana Schild on Twitter

“@johnpilger: "There is a famous statement written in the 1930s by Pastor Martin Niemoller... it said basically, 'First they came for Socialists but I didn't speak up because it didn't concern me... (see pic). https://t.co/vo4aV3CS11 https://t.co/4SveaRP2Gm #Unity4J”

2011 April 7: Andrew Fowler on his most secretive subject: Julian Assange

Andrew Fowler on his most secretive subject: Julian Assange

Investigative journalist Andrew Fowler has met few people more intriguing than 'WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange.

2011 April 7: Andrew Fowler on his most secretive subject: Julian Assange

Andrew Fowler on his most secretive subject: Julian Assange

Investigative journalist Andrew Fowler has met few people more intriguing than 'WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange.

2017 Jan 24: Opinion re Hillary Clinton (On The Project)

2017 Jan 24: Opinion re Hillary Clinton (On The Project)

2015 Oct 17: Despair and Defiance - Senator Scott Ludlam in Conversation with Julian Assange | Festival of Democracy, 17 October 2015 at the University of Sydney

Despair and Defiance - Senator Scott Ludlam in Conversation with Julian Assange

2015 Oct 17: Despair and Defiance - Senator Scott Ludlam in Conversation with Julian Assange | Festival of Democracy, 17 October 2015 at the University of Sydney

2018 Oct 19: "As a physician who examined Mr. Assange in the Ecuadorean embassy before the current embargo on visitors and communications, Ecuador’s treatment of Assange under President @Lenin undoubtedly exacerbates his precarious health situation and compounds the abuses of his human rights."

Sean Love, MD on Twitter

2018 Oct 19: "As a physician who examined Mr. Assange in the Ecuadorean embassy before the current embargo on visitors and communications, Ecuador’s treatment of Assange under President @Lenin undoubtedly exacerbates his precarious health situation and compounds the abuses of his human rights."