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Famous Whistleblowers: Julian Assange, Daniel Ellsberg And Others Who Leaked Classified Information - International Business Times

Julian Assange WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange makes a speech from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy, in central London, Feb. 5, 2016. Photo: Reuters/Peter Nicholls. Whistleblowers have been impacting history for years. While many choose to remain ...and more »

Julian Assange advised against leaking as Ecuador's new president readies transfer talks with UK - Washington Times

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange gestures as he speaks on the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy, in London, Friday May 19, 2017. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) **FILE** more >. Share. Tweet. Share. Pin. Share. Mail. Share. Print. By Andrew Blake - The ...and more »

Ecuador's new president warns Assange not to interfere in politics - The Local Sweden

Ecuador's new president Lenin Moreno has warned Julian Assange not to interfere in the politics of the South American country, whose embassy the WikiLeaks founder has lived in for the past five years. The election victory of Moreno, who took office ...and more »

'Stay out of our politics!' Julian Assange in SECOND slap down by Ecuador president -

WIKILEAK'S founder Julian Assange has been warned to “stay out” of Ecuador's affairs in a second brutal put down from the South American country's new president. By Vickiie Oliphant. PUBLISHED: 19:16, Sat, May 27, 2017 | UPDATED: 20:02, Sat, May 27 ...and more »

Assange Strikes Back at Ecuador's President After Interference Remark - Sputnik International

The WikiLeaks whistleblowing website will publish any information about possible corruption in Ecuador if relevant evidence surfaces, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said Friday. Ecuadorean presidential candidate Lenin Moreno (C) wait with supporters ...and more »

WikiLeaks' Assange defies Ecuadorian warnings, will publish any evidence of corruption - RT

Responding to comments from newly elected Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno warning Julian Assange not to 'interfere' in South American politics, WikiLeaks' founder said Ecuador can be “confident” that any evidence of corruption will still be published ...and more »