Assange’s prosecution likely after Manning’s conviction on espionage charges


The likelihood of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s prosecution by the United States as a co-conspirator has moved a step closer following the conviction of Army private, Bradley Manning on espionage charges on Tuesday. The view is shared by his attorney and civil liberties groups alike. Manning is found guilty of numerous violations under Espionage ActContinue reading “Assange’s prosecution likely after Manning’s conviction on espionage charges”

Der Spiegel report alleges US of spying on key EU offices


German magazine Der Spiegel has alleged US of spying on core EU premises in New York and Washington in one of its report, citing a secret 2010 document. The head of European Parliament has demanded “full clarification” from the US over the report alleging America bugging key EU premises. Martin Schulz said that if theContinue reading “Der Spiegel report alleges US of spying on key EU offices”

Ecuadorean film industry is growing on assistance from National Film Council


Film Industry in Ecuador is on the rise, thanks to the National Film Council that happened to establish in the country in 2006. For Ivan Mora the dream of becoming a film-maker started turning into reality when he received $10000 grant from National Film Council to work on his script. The $600000 that was requiredContinue reading “Ecuadorean film industry is growing on assistance from National Film Council”

Julian Assange gets political asylum from Ecuador


  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange got political asylum from the government of Ecuador on Thurday. The diplomatic ties between England and Ecuador have complicated following the grant of asylum. Assange had been staying in the Ecuadorian embassy in London from past few days to avoid being cornered and extradited by the London Police to Sweden onContinue reading “Julian Assange gets political asylum from Ecuador”