Ecuador rejected WikiLeaks’s claims that it plans to expel the organisation’s founder, Julian Assange, from its London embassy, calling them “false news” aimed at undermining the dignity of the country.
Ecuador plans to expel WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from its London embassy and has an agreement in place with the UK for his arrest, WikiLeaks said citing a source within the Ecuadorian government.
Julian Assange will soon leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London – his refuge from criminal charges for the last six years – and enter a changed world.
WikiLeaks has released what it claims is the largest leak of intelligence documents in history. It contains 8 761 documents from the CIA detailing some of its hacking arsenal. The release, code-named “Vault 7” by WikiLeaks, covers documents