From skateboards to spying, Assange arrest followed drawn-out dispute with Ecuador
Friday, 12 April 2019 () Ecuador's decision to abruptly end Julian Assange's seven-year asylum in its London embassy on Thursday followed a long deterioration in relations, driven in part by suspicions he was secretly fuelling corruption allegations against President Lenin Moreno.
After living in the sanctuary of the Ecuadorean embassy in London for more than seven years, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was dramatically arrested and carried out of the building on Thursday. According to Business Insider, Ecuador's foreign minister said the arrest was engineered by British and...
Ecuador's deputy minister for information Patricio Real said Ecuador was targeted with more than 40 million cyber attacks from "groups linked to Julian Assange" in the five days since they revoked his..
QUITO - Ecuador said on Monday it has suffered 40 million cyber attacks on the webpages of public institutions since stripping Wikileaks founder Julian Assange... Bangkok Post Also reported by •FOXNews.com •DNA •engadget