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‘The political show trial of the century’ is unfolding — yet few seem to care

Journalist John Pilger has spent the last three weeks watching Julian Assange’s extradition trial at London’s Old Bailey. Here's what he saw.

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Spies, abduction, poison… it’s a story with the lot, so why is it unloved by the media?

Why is the Australian press showing so little interest in the case of Julian Assange?

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Betrayed by politicians and the media, Assange case exposes ludicrous justice

Julian Assange continues to suffer under farcical charges and a predatory system, and the media chooses to looks the other way.

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Dear media: if you won’t speak up for Assange, maybe stop using WikiLeaks’ stuff

Like him or not, the WikiLeaks founder represents things that need protecting.

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The botched extortion scheme that forced the UK’s hand on Assange

Read an extract from the updated edition of The Most Dangerous Man in the World, Andrew Fowler's definitive book about Julian Assange.

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Turnbull, Rudd and others on the right must make a stand for Assange

The Wikileaks leader is threatened with a torturous 175-year sentence for practicing journalism. This needs a new level of opposition. If not now, when?

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Assange stands up to the courts — but what of the press?

The Julian Assange case is a wake-up call for the global criminalisation of journalism — and the press is ignoring it.

Donald Trump’s changing relationship with WikiLeaks

Donald Trump used to be full of praise for WikiLeaks. Now... not so much.

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My prison visit with Julian Assange, by Andrew Wilkie

Independent MP Andrew Wilkie writes about his alarming visit with Julian Assange in Belmarsh Prison.

George Pell gets a visit from a PM while Assange fights alone

Australia has two high-profile international figures in jail. So why is the convicted paedophile being treated better than the whistleblower?

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