The deal between Ecuador and Sweden is regarded as a potential breakthrough in the deadlocked case against the WikiLeaks founder.Read the full story ›
The Ecuador government has cited a doctor's note in a bid for the WikiLeaks founder to be given "safe passage" out of its London embassy.Read the full story ›
Ecuadorian officials considered a number of plans to smuggle the Wikileaks editor-in-chief out of their embassy in London.Read the full story ›
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears he may be assassinated if he steps outside the Ecuadorian embassy.
In an interview Mr Assange said he has not had any fresh air or sunlight for three years because it is too dangerous for him to leave the building.
He said "There are security issues with being on the balcony. There have been bomb threats and assassination threats from various people."
Despite believing it is "not likely" that he will be shot, he worries that if he is ever free he could be kidnapped or "droned" by the CIA.
The Swedish prosecutor has dropped investigations into some sexual assault allegations lodged against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.Read the full story ›
The WikiLeaks founder has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for three years but claims his life is in danger.Read the full story ›
Controversial whistleblower Assange has a constant police guard outside the Ecuadorian embassy where he lives.Read the full story ›
Julian Assange's appeal against a detention order issued by Swedish police has been rejected by the country's Supreme Court.
The Wikileaks founder has been living at Ecuador's London embassy since June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden, where he is wanted for questioning over allegations of sexual assault.
Assange denies the allegations against him.
WikLeaks founder Julian Assange announced he will be leaving the Ecuadorian embassy "soon" after two years at the building.
Assange told a press conference, "I am leaving the embassy soon - but perhaps not for the reasons that the Murdoch press and Sky News are saying at the moment".
By Juliet Bremner: UK Editor
There is a huge number of media outside, but a police officer has just been out to relay a message that there will be no further events or movement here at the Ecuadorian embassy today.
I suspect this is a big publicity stunt to try and get the British Government to engage in a discussion about his release.