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President Obama should commute US Army Private Manning’s sentence to time already served to allow immediate release, Amnesty says.
A relative of a Guardian newspaper employee detained yesterday (18 August) while in transit at Heathrow is "clearly a victim of unwarranted revenge tactics".
Russia's decision to grant Edward Snowden temporary asylum is positive and should focus attention on sweeping government surveillance, say critics.
Amnesty has called on the Swedish authorities for confirmation that Julian Assange will not be extradited to the USA if he travels to Sweden to face sexual assault charges.
A strengthened City of London police presence greeted Occupy London activists demanding freedom for Bradley Manning on the steps of St Paul’s.
The US embassy in London will face protests on Sunday 20 March over the fate of a soldier accused of passing confidential information to Wikileaks.
US embassies around the world are facing protests over the impirsonment of a soldier accused of passing confidential information to Wikileaks.
WikiLeaks has revealed Indonesia threatened President Obama’s visit to Jakarta this year unless America reversed its ban on military assistance.
A top Vatican official portrayed unflatteringly in diplomatic cables leaked by WikiLeaks says he is proud to have been called a "yes man" to Pope Benedict.
In an Open Letter to President Obama, Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch (HRW) explains why the US government should not employ espionage laws against WikiLeaks or its founder for the release of US State Department cables.
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