CIA Director Mike Pompeo on called WikiLeaks a "hostile intelligence service," using his first public speech as spy agency chief to denounce leakers who have plagued US intelligence.
US military prosecutors said arrogance drove the American soldier who has gone on trial accused of orchestrating the biggest leak of classified information in US history through the WikiLeaks anti-secrecy website three years ago.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, holed up inside Ecuador's embassy in London to avoid extradition, would leave the embassy and face arrest if the Latin American country turned down his asylum request, a colleague says.
US prosecutors are drawing up secret charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, confidentials emails show.
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An American Army intelligence analyst suspected of being behind the largest leak of classified documents in US history has made his first court appearance, sitting stone-faced as military prosecutors launched into their case against him.
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange, whose activities have angered the US government, should be sent to Sweden from Britain to face questioning over alleged sex crimes, the High Court has ruled, rejecting his appeal against extradition.
WikiLeaks is defending itself against accusations that it may have put lives at risk by dumping uncensored US diplomatic cables on the internet.
Bradley Manning is the 23-year-old United States army private who has been in military prison since he was arrested last May for allegedly downloading a huge volume of secret United States military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks, which became headline news.
Julian Assange's Swedish lawyer says a newspaper report casts doubt on whether the sex abuse investigation against the WikiLeaks founder was carried out in an impartial manner.
Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden in a sex crimes inquiry, a British judge ruled today, rejecting claims by the WikiLeaks founder that he would not face a fair trial there. Assange's lawyer said he would appeal.
The lawyer for Julian Assange argued today the embattled WikiLeaks founder would face a secret trial that violates international standards of fairness if sent to Sweden to face sexual assault allegations.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his entourage of lawyers, supporters, protesters and journalists are headed back to a London court for a showdown between the secret-spilling computer hacker and Swedish authorities who want him extradited to face sex crimes allegations.
Leaked Swedish police documents on the Julian Assange sex cases raise key questions for both sides about the allegations.
A company asked by Visa to investigate WikiLeaks' finances found no proof the group's fundraising arm is breaking the law in its home base of Iceland, according to a document obtained by The Associated Press.
Former prime minister Helen Clark says concerns by the US embassy in Wellington over the screening of Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11 for a Wellington Central Labour Party fundraising event showed "outright bullying" and "unprofessional" conduct by officials.
A Norwegian newspaper says it has obtained the entire trove of 250,000 uncensored US diplomatic documents that WikiLeaks has been distributing.
Mary Anne Thompson. NZPA photo. It is unfortunate that Parliament has "broken up" for the year, because serious issues affecting the security and governance of this country have come to light with the publication by WikiLeaks, and subsequently the New Zealand media, of United States diplomatic cables.