On March 28, Julian Assange, Editor of Wikileaks, had his internet disconnected by the Ecuadorian government, shutting down his communications with the outside world. US based journalist Elizabeth Lea Vos, Editor-in-Chief of Disobedient Media, who was one of the panellists at an online vigil held for Assange hours after the imposition of the ban, talks to Eresh Omar Jamal of The Daily Star, about the latest restrictions placed on Assange and its implications for press freedom around the world.
Police and the FBI are investigating the intentions of a 59-year-old Texas man who man was caught with a massive weapons cache in a Tewksbury hotel before he told investigators he was on a classified mission for a government agency he refused to name.
Prominent human rights advocate and councilwoman Marielle Franco was fatally shot while in her car by unknown assailants.
Libby Schaaf, Oakland’s Democratic Mayor, first gained national notoriety last January, after publicly vowing that she was willing to go […]
Haiti has suspended Oxfam Great Britain from operating in the country amid an investigation into the charity’s sex scandal.
Coincheck itself told financial authorities that it had lost 500 million NEM cryptocurrency coins in today’s cyberheist, which at the current exchange rate amounts to roughly $400 million, according to Nikkei. NEM Foundation president Lon Wong also confirmed Coincheck was hacked, calling the stolen funds “the biggest theft in the history of the world”
US Rep. Scott Perry claimed he has ‘credible evidence’ of a ‘terrorist infiltration’ through the southern border ‘regarding this incident’, though he didn’t specify
WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange has cryptically uploaded a picture of himself dressed in the national colors of Ecuador. The country’s media reports the whistleblower has been granted an Ecuadorian ID.
Firefighters and other emergency services in New York state are responding to reports of a fire at the home of former President Bill Clinton and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Only few details were immediately available.
American political shifts, recent embarrassment over corruption will likely spur Xi Jinping on to new crackdown in 2018
Sanchez, a veteran of the CIA clandestine services, has been working for the crown prince of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates for the past six years to build large pieces of its intelligence services from the ground up, six sources with knowledge of the matter tell FP.
Source: Trudeau ‘sorry’ for violating conflict laws with visits to Aga Khan’s island Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized for his […]