WikiLeaks warned Thursday that founder Julian Assange could be expelled from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London within “hours to days” by Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno, citing “a high level source within the Ecuadorian state.”
The closing of The Intercept’s Snowden archive will likely mean the end of any future publications, unless Glenn Greenwald’s rather absurd promise of finding “the right partner … that has the funds to robustly publish” is fulfilled.
Watch: From Colombia and Brazil, Kei Pritsker expounds on the decades of US meddling in South America that preceded the ongoing coup in Venezuela.
“The government seeks to shield itself from all inquiry into the process by which it acts as prosecutor, judge, jury, and executioner.”
Volodymyr Zelenskiy is much more moderate than far-right populists who have had recent success in elections, and he appealed for reconciliation with separatist-held eastern Ukraine.
The Ecuadorian government has turned against a man it once granted diplomatic asylum in such a way that he now has less rights than a prisoner.
Students and civilians were killed by military and police on October 2, 1968, during a protest in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in the Tlatelolco section of Mexico City. The events are considered part of the Mexican Dirty War, when the government used its forces to suppress political opposition.
California Governor Gavin Newsom has paused the use of the death penalty for the rest of his tenure.
Venezuela’s Vice President for Planning Ricardo Menendez called the initiative to provide foreign humanitarian aid to Venezuela amidst new economic sanctions against Caracas “cynical.”
his year’s so-called popular uprising is, at its heart, a furious backlash of the whiter (and wealthier) Venezuelans against their replacement by the larger Mestizo (mixed-race) poor.
A 27-year-old businessman and resident of Mumbai, Raphael Samuel, is determined to drag his parents to court — for giving birth to him without his consent.
John Roberts joined the liberals to save the constitutional right to choose—for now.
The official revealed that thanks to a Venezuelan intelligence operation, retired Colonel Oswaldo Valentín García Palomo was arrested in recent weeks for instigating a failed coup attempt.
Very few Americans are aware of this historical 1999 civil law suit of the King Family against the US Government.
The judge says the government’s request “runs afoul” of the Fourth and Fifth Amendments.