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Australian academic imprisoned in Iran deserves more attention than Julian Assange, Dave Sharma says

SBS Monday, 2 March 2020
Liberal MP Dave Sharma says he believes the case of a detained academic in Iran should be attracting greater support from Australians.
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Julian Assange Julian Assange Australian editor, publisher, activist and founder of WikiLeaks

Julian Assange's fiance Stella Morris delivers statement outside the Old Bailey [Video]

Julian Assange's fiance Stella Morris delivers statement outside the Old Bailey

Stella Morris, the fiancee of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, has spoken ofhis fight for “life, press freedom and truth” as he awaits a decision on hisextradition to the United States. Morris delivered the statement outside theOld Bailey at the conclusion of evidence in his case on Thursday.

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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei holds protest against Assange extradition [Video]

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei holds protest against Assange extradition

Weiwei claimed that the treatment of Assange bore similarities to the way Chinese authorities suppress dissidents.View on euronews

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Artist Ai Weiwei holds silent protest against Julian Assange extradition [Video]

Artist Ai Weiwei holds silent protest against Julian Assange extradition

Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei has staged a silent protest against theextradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Assange’s case has attractedthe support of high-profile figures including fashion designer Dame VivienneWestwood, actress Pamela Anderson, and rapper MIA, who have spoken out invarious forms for the Free Assange campaign.

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Silent protest held in London for Julian Assange [Video]

Silent protest held in London for Julian Assange

Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei stages a silent protest in support of Julian Assange outside the Old Bailey in central London. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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US Lawyers Silent At Testimony That GOP Congressman Tempted Assange With Pardon [Video]

US Lawyers Silent At Testimony That GOP Congressman Tempted Assange With Pardon

A lawyer said Friday that in 2017, she witnessed a former GOP congressman dangle a pardon from President Donald Trump before her client, Julian Assange. Jennifer Robinson's testimony was part of Assange's ongoing UK extradition trial. She said the congressman was then US Representative Dana Rohrabacher. Robinson explained that the pardon was in exchange for identifying the source of the leaked DNC documents distributed by WikiLeaks during the 2016 election.

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