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Chris Demuth Advocates “Buddha was born in Nepal”

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 15, 2013

Chris Demuth talks about Fareed Zakaria’s book The Post-American World where Zakaria is giving absolutely wrong information on Buddha’s birthplace and Mr Demuth advocates not buying the book as it does lie. He was surprised with India’s claim that Buddha was born in India.  Mr Demuth also suggests signing the petition to advocate Buddha was born in Nepal and not in India.

Fareed Rafiq Zakaria is an Indian-American journalist and author. From 2000 to 2010, he was a columnist forzakaria-book1 Newsweek and editor of Newsweek International. In 2010 he became editor-at-large of Time. He is the host of CNN‘s Fareed Zakaria GPS. He is also a frequent commentator and author about issues related to international relations, trade, and American foreign policy.

Zakaria is the author of few books including The Post-American World. His last two books have both been New York Times bestsellers, and have been translated into over 25 languages.

Fareed Zakaria opened up about his plagiarism scandal in an interview with the New York Times.  He got into severe trouble after he was found to have lifted a paragraph from a recent New Yorker article for a column in Time. He was suspended from that magazine and from CNN.

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Julian Assange Bill Maher Interview: WikiLeaks Founder Slams Drones, Targeted Killings

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 9, 2013

s-ASSANGE-BILL-MAHER-large300WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange weighed in on the brewing controversy surrounding the Obama administration’s targeted killing program Friday night during an appearance on “Real Time With Bill Maher.”

Assange railed against the revelation, made by NBC News earlier this week, that the U.S. government reserves the right to extrajudicially kill U.S. citizens, as long as they are perceived to be “imminent” terror threats — with “imminence” being given an especially broad definition.

Said Assange:

You can be killed by someone in the White House, the president on down, completely arbitrary reasons. You won’t know you’re on the kill list until you’re dead.Lawyers, if you have a suspicion you might be on this kill list, they can’t even represent you. That was the case for our lawyers, the Center for Constitutional Rights, trying to represent Anwar Al-Awlaki — who was discovered to be on that kill list, and his son — wasn’t even allowed to be his lawyer, because he was part of a proscribed organization.

Anwar Al-Awlaki was an alleged al Qaeda militant whose assassination by drone strike in 2011 engendered a significant amount of controversy, as Awlaki was a U.S. citizen. His 16-year-old son, Abdulrahman, who was also a U.S. citizen, was killed two weeks later in a separate drone strike in Yemen.

Assange continued to hammer away at the U.S. government, saying: Read the rest of this entry »

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Piers Morgan Petition Gets White House Response: Remember First Amendment

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 10, 2013

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Piers Morgan
The White House responded to the petition to deport Piers Morgan in a statement defending freedom of speech on Wednesday.

Morgan has been an outspoken critic of the country’s gun policies in the wake of the Newtown shooting. Gun advocates launched a petition on the White House website, which called for the British host to be deported. The petition surpassed the thresholdnecessary for the White House to respond — 25,000 signatures — in December. Read the rest of this entry »

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Assange’s Christmas address from Ecuador embassy in London (Full Speech)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 21, 2012

LONDON — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange emerged for a rare public address Thursday, praising jailed U.S. soldier Bradley Manning in an address delivered from the balcony of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London.

Addressing supporters on a cold and wet English evening, the 41-year-old Australian looked fit and healthy despite half a year spent in trapped inside the small apartment he shares with Ecuador’s diplomatic staff.

He gave no hint that he would end the standoff, which has seen him spend six months as a fugitive from European justice, saying he was holed up at the embassy for fear of the U.S. investigation into his activities.

“While this immoral investigation continues, and while the Australian government will not defend the journalism and publishing of WikiLeaks, I must remain here,” he said.

While the U.S. Justice Department has launched an investigation into WikiLeaks’ spectacular disclosures of U.S. secrets, Assange is currently wanted by police over allegations of sexual assault stemming from a trip to Sweden in mid-2010.

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Time Person Of The Year 2012: Barack Obama (PHOTO, POLL, VIDEO)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 20, 2012

obama_souza                                                                         Person of the Year: Barak Obama, Architect of the New America

Comment: We are aware about Obama’s contribution, however; TIME Person of the year should not be like US presidential election. TIME shadowed the other part of the world and underestimated other persons with their contribution in the world level. Why not to highlight other activists?

President Barack Obama has been named Time’s Person of the Year.

Managing editor Richard Stengel unveiled the magazine’s choice on Wednesday’s “Today.” He said it was remarkable that the president won two terms with over 50 percent of the popular vote as a Democrat. He also noted that Obama took office in an economic crisis, and credited him with creating a new political “alignment like Ronald Reagan did forty years ago.”

This is the second time that Time has chosen Obama. The magazine said it named him Person of the Year in 2008 for winning against the odds and becoming the first black president of the United States. Read the rest of this entry »

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Freedom Of The Press Foundation Launches To Support WikiLeaks, Increase Transparency

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 17, 2012

Dr. Daniel Ellsberg, the US military anaNEW YORK — Not long after WikiLeaksbegan publishing leaked diplomatic cablesin November 2010, the anti-secrecy organization ran into trouble raising money.

Increased government scrutiny and criticism from lawmakers prompted several companies, including MasterCard, Visa and PayPal, to stop processing donations to the non-profit organization. WikiLeaks eventually suspended publication due to the “bank blockade.”

On Sunday, a group of journalists and press freedom activists launched the Freedom of the Press Foundation as a way to crowd-source funding for WikiLeaks and independent journalistic organizations that expose government corruption and advocate for transparency.

“Since WikiLeaks became a front-page news story, secrecy has gotten worse in the U.S,” said Trevor Timm, co-founder and executive director for the Freedom of Press Foundation.

In an interview with The Huffington Post, Timm said the idea for the foundation grew out of conversations with fellow co-founders, Daniel Ellsberg, the whistleblower behind the Pentagon Papers, and John Paul Barlow, co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and a former Grateful Dead lyricist.

The foundation plans to direct tax deductible donations to WikiLeaks for as long as payment processors block the organization, while protecting other outlets if they are similarly targeted.

“WikiLeaks was the inspiration for it, but we wanted to make the mission much broader than WikiLeaks,” Timm said.

For that reason, the group is also raising money for three other entities: MuckRock News, an open government organization; National Security Archive, an archive of declassified government documents; and The UpTake, a citizen-journalism news site. Read the rest of this entry »

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Ecuador Defies UK/US Pressure, Gives Assange Asylum

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 19, 2012

 

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Julian Assange Granted Asylum By Ecuador; Britain Vows To Extradite Him To Sweden

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 17, 2012

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WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange was granted political asylum by Ecuador on Thursday, setting up a standoff with the British government, which has vowed to block his exit from the country.

The announcement was made by the Ecuadorian foreign minister, Ricardo Patiño. He said that Ecuador was granting Assange political asylum because it believed he was being persecuted for his actions as the head of WikiLeaks.

“The Ecuador government, loyal to its tradition to protect those who seek refuge with us at our diplomatic missions, has decided to grant diplomatic asylum to Mr. Assange,” he said. Applause greeted his announcement.

Assange remains holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he fled to avoid extradition charges to Sweden. He is wanted there to face allegations of rape, but he fears that he will be swiftly transferred to the United States, where he says he could be prosecuted for leaking classified material through WikiLeaks.

Sweden has denied that it has any such intentions. A lawyer for the women who have accused Assange of sexually assaulting them told Reuters that the idea was “absurd,” and that Assange needed to be “brought to justice.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Assange Embassy Controversy: Britain Threatens To Raid Ecuador’s Embassy Over Amnesty Issue

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 16, 2012

By GONZALO SOLANO AP

QUITO, Ecuador — Ecuador accused Britain on Wednesday of threatening to storm its London embassy to arrest Julian Assange after the U.K. issued a stern warning to the South American nation ahead of its decision on an asylum bid by the WikiLeaks founder.

Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said Britain had earlier in the day issued “a written threat that it could assault our embassy” if Assange is not handed over.

Patino also said he would announce on Thursday morning whether Ecuador would grant the request of the secret-spilling former Australian hacker, who took refuge in Ecuador’s embassy on June 19 to avoid extradition to Sweden. Assange faces questioning there for alleged sexual misconduct.

As news broke of the warning, police were seen reinforcing Scotland Yard’s presence outside the embassy in a tony London neighborhood near the Harrods department store. Read the rest of this entry »

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London Olympic 2012: Medal and Winner Update As Per 13th of August

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 14, 2012

Medal count

Rank by Gold Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 46 29 29 104
2 38 27 23 88
3 29 17 19 65
4 24 26 32 82
5 13 8 7 28
6 11 19 14 44
7 11 11 12 34
8 8 9 11 28
9 8 4 5 17
10 7 16 12 35
11 7 14 17 38
12 7 1 5 13
13 6 6 8 20
14 6 5 9 20
15 6 2 5 13
16 5 3 6 14
17 4 5 3 12
18 4 4 4 12
19 4 3 3 10
20 4 0 2 6
21 3 10 4 17
22 3 5 9 17
23 3 2 1 6
24 3 1 3 7
25 3 1 2 6
26 2 5 5 12
27 2 5 2 9
28 2 4 5 11
29 2 4 3 9
30 2 2 6 10
30 2 2 6 10
32 2 2 1 5
33 2 2 0 4
34 2 1 2 5
35 2 1 1 4
36 1 5 12 18
37 1 4 3 8
38 1 3 4 8
39 1 3 3 7
39 1 3 3 7
41 1 1 3 5
42 1 1 2 4
42 1 1 2 4
42 1 1 2 4
45 1 1 1 3
46 1 1 0 2
47 1 0 3 4
47 1 0 3 4
49 1 0 1 2
50 1 0 0 1
50 1 0 0 1
50 1 0 0 1
50 1 0 0 1
50 1 0 0 1
55 0 2 4 6
56 0 2 3 5
57 0 2 1 3
58 0 2 0 2
59 0 1 3 4
60 0 1 2 3
60 0 1 2 3
60 0 1 2 3
63 0 1 1 2
63 0 1 1 2
63 0 1 1 2
63 0 1 1 2
63 0 1 1 2
63 0 1 1 2
69 0 1 0 1
69 0 1 0 1
69 0 1 0 1
69 0 1 0 1
69 0 1 0 1
69 0 1 0 1
75 0 0 2 2
75 0 0 2 2
75 0 0 2 2
75 0 0 2 2
79 0 0 1 1
79 0 0 1 1
79 0 0 1 1
79 0 0 1 1
79 0 0 1 1
79 0 0 1 1
79 0 0 1 1

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Fareed Zakaria Suspended For Plagiarism: Time Editor, CNN Host Apologizes For ‘Terrible Mistake’

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 11, 2012

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Fareed Zakaria

Time editor-at-large and CNN host Fareed Zakaria was suspended from both places for a month on Friday after admitting to lifting parts of a story from the New Yorker.

Conservative media watchdog Newsbusters was the first to spot the similarities between a Zakaria piece on gun control and an article by Jill Lepore that appeared in the New Yorker in April.

The Atlantic Wire posted a statement from Zakaria on Friday afternoon, taking full responsibility for the incident:

“Media reporters have pointed out that paragraphs in my Time column this week bear close similarities to paragraphs in Jill Lepore’s essay in the April 22nd issue of The New Yorker. They are right. I made a terrible mistake. It is a serious lapse and one that is entirely my fault. I apologize unreservedly to her, to my editors at Time, and to my readers.”

Later, Time announced Zakaria’s suspension:

Time accepts Fareed’s apology, but what he did violates our own standards for our columnists, which is that their work must not only be factual but original; their views must not only be their own but their words as well. As a result, we are suspending Fareed’s column for a month, pending further review.

CNN also said it was suspending Zakaria because he plagiarized the same material for a CNN.com blog post:

“We have reviewed Fareed Zakaria’s TIME column, for which he has apologized. He wrote a shorter blog post on CNN.com on the same issue which included similar unattributed excerpts. That blog post has been removed and CNN has suspended Fareed Zakaria while this matter is under review.” Read the rest of this entry »

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London Olympic 2012: Medal and Winner Update As per 9th August

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 10, 2012

Medal count

Rank by Gold Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 39 25 26 90
2 37 24 19 80
3 25 13 14 52
4 12 21 23 56
5 12 7 6 25
6 10 16 11 37
7 8 9 12 29
8 8 4 3 15
9 7 6 6 19
10 6 13 10 29
11 6 0 3 9
12 5 14 14 33
13 5 5 6 16
14 4 4 1 9
15 4 0 1 5
16 3 3 4 10
17 3 3 3 9
18 3 3 2 8
19 3 2 5 10
20 3 1 6 10
21 3 1 1 5
22 2 7 2 11
23 2 5 2 9
24 2 4 3 9
25 2 3 3 8
26 2 2 7 11
27 2 2 3 7
28 2 1 6 9
29 2 1 1 4
30 2 1 0 3
31 2 0 2 4
32 1 5 10 16
33 1 3 3 7
34 1 1 2 4
35 1 1 1 3
35 1 1 1 3
37 1 1 0 2
38 1 0 1 2
38 1 0 1 2
38 1 0 1 2
41 1 0 0 1
41 1 0 0 1
41 1 0 0 1
44 0 3 3 6
45 0 3 2 5
46 0 2 3 5
47 0 2 0 2
48 0 1 3 4
48 0 1 3 4
50 0 1 2 3
50 0 1 2 3
50 0 1 2 3
53 0 1 1 2
53 0 1 1 2
53 0 1 1 2
53 0 1 1 2
53 0 1 1 2
53 0 1 1 2
53 0 1 1 2
60 0 1 0 1
60 0 1 0 1
60 0 1 0 1
60 0 1 0 1
60 0 1 0 1
60 0 1 0 1
66 0 0 2 2
66 0 0 2 2
66 0 0 2 2
66 0 0 2 2
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1
70 0 0 1 1

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No, Women Aren’t the New Men

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 5, 2012

By Dr Peggy Drexler, Author, research psychologist, and gender expert

Comment: Women have to create their own identity by their work where male domination is not a question. Equality question could be relevant only in the society where women are dominated by men:

When the news broke — or, more specifically, when the paparazzi broke the news — that actress Kristen Stewart had cheated on her longtime boyfriend,Twilight co-star Rob Pattinson, many in the media pointed to her total failure as a “role model to women.” Good girls, the argument seemed to go — or, at least, girls lucky enough to land a “good” guy — owe it not just to their partner but also to society as a whole not to mess it up. Men, on the other hand — well, cheating might not win them any points, but it’s something that men do. It’s that same old double standard that has plagued women for years: girls are sluts, guys are studs. Think about it: When’s the last time you saw an adulterous male celebrity being publicly chastised for being a terrible role model to young boys? Exactly.

At the same time, when a 16-year-old gymnast cries on international TV, she’s criticized for being “too emotional,” “too girlie.” The implication here is that she’s weak. So what’s the lesson? It’s certainly not about women “toughening up” or that women should act like women only when society deems it appropriate. In fact Jordyn Wieber should be celebrated for expressing her very real and understandable disappointment in an age-and situation-appropriate way. And the media should stop feeling the need to compare every female action to its male counterpart. Read the rest of this entry »

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London Olympic 2012: Medal and Winner Update

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 2, 2012

 

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 17 9 4
gold medals: 17

17
Gold
9
Silver
4
Bronze
silver medals: 9
bronze medals: 4
30
2 12 8 9
gold medals: 12

12
Gold
8
Silver
9
Bronze
silver medals: 8
bronze medals: 9
29
3 6 2 4
gold medals: 6

6
Gold
2
Silver
4
Bronze
silver medals: 2
bronze medals: 4
12
4 5 3 5
gold medals: 5

5
Gold
3
Silver
5
Bronze
silver medals: 3
bronze medals: 5
13
5 4 0 1
gold medals: 4

4
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
5
6 3 8 2
gold medals: 3

3
Gold
8
Silver
2
Bronze
silver medals: 8
bronze medals: 2
13
7 3 4 2
gold medals: 3

3
Gold
4
Silver
2
Bronze
silver medals: 4
bronze medals: 2
9
8 3 0 0
gold medals: 3

3
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 0
3
9 2 4 11
gold medals: 2

2
Gold
4
Silver
11
Bronze
silver medals: 4
bronze medals: 11
17
10 2 4 5
gold medals: 2

2
Gold
4
Silver
5
Bronze
silver medals: 4
bronze medals: 5
11
11 2 3 4
gold medals: 2

2
Gold
3
Silver
4
Bronze
silver medals: 3
bronze medals: 4
9
12 2 1 1
gold medals: 2

2
Gold
1
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 1
4
13 2 0 4
gold medals: 2

2
Gold
0
Silver
4
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 4
6
14 2 0 0
gold medals: 2

2
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 0
2
15 1 6 2
gold medals: 1

1
Gold
6
Silver
2
Bronze
silver medals: 6
bronze medals: 2
9
16 1 3 2
gold medals: 1

1
Gold
3
Silver
2
Bronze
silver medals: 3
bronze medals: 2
6
17 1 1 1
gold medals: 1

1
Gold
1
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 1
3
17 1 1 1
gold medals: 1

1
Gold
1
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 1
3
19 1 0 0
gold medals: 1

1
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 0
1
19 1 0 0
gold medals: 1

1
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 0
1
19 1 0 0
gold medals: 1

1
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 0
1
19 1 0 0
gold medals: 1

1
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 0
1
23 0 2 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
2
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 2
bronze medals: 1
3
23 0 2 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
2
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 2
bronze medals: 1
3
25 0 2 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
2
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 2
bronze medals: 0
2
26 0 1 5
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
5
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 5
6
27 0 1 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 1
2
27 0 1 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 1
2
29 0 1 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 0
1
29 0 1 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 0
1
29 0 1 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 0
1
29 0 1 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 0
1
29 0 1 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 0
1
29 0 1 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 0
1
29 0 1 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 0
1
29 0 1 0
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
silver medals: 1
bronze medals: 0
1
37 0 0 2
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
2
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 2
2
37 0 0 2
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
2
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 2
2
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1
39 0 0 1
gold medals: 0

0
Gold
0
Silver
1
Bronze
silver medals: 0
bronze medals: 1
1

Winners

 

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Assange rejects police request to surrender

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 29, 2012

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said that he rejects the British police’s request to hand himself in and will remain in the Ecuadorean embassy and continue his appeal for asylum on grounds of political persecution.

Earlier on Thursday, police issued an order for Assange to appear at a police station to begin the extradition process.

The letter from the Metropolitan Police sent to the Ecuadorian Embassy said it “requires him to attend a police station at a date and time of our choosing. This is standard practice in extradition cases and is the first step in the removal process.” Read the rest of this entry »

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