US Secretary of State John Kerry has instructed Ecuador to restrain Julian Assange from releasing documents related to US Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton, Wikileaks revealed Tuesday.
"Multiple US official tell us John Kerry asked Ecuador to stop Assange from publishing Clinton docs during FARC peace negotiations," WikiLeaks said on Twitter.
Ecuador cut off Asange’s internet access Saturday following the whistle blowing website that published Clinton’s speeches at Goldman Sachs, according to WikiLeaks on Twitter. "The John Kerry private meeting with Ecuador was made on the sidelines of the negotiations which took place principally on Sep 26 in Colombia," WikiLeaks added.
However, the Ecuador government has admitted to severing the internet connection of WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange to prevent him from interfering in the presidential election.
“The Government of Ecuador respects the principle of non-intervention in the affairs of other countries; it does not interfere in electoral processes in progress or support a candidate in particular,” The government said in a statement. Ecuador has granted asylum to Assange in its London Embassy for years.
Since the start of October, Wikileaks has released over 17,000 emails discussing Clinton's campaign strategies, allegedly obtained from a hacked account of Clinton's campaign chair John Podesta.
Assange has been residing in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since 2012 to not be extradited to Sweden, where he was accused of rape after WikiLeaks begun to release documents in its possession.
Israel had plans of spreading rumors about a leak that it would use a military base in Saudi Arabia to strike Iran as one of its effors to counter Iran's nuclear buildup, according to th latest Wikileaks tranche of emails released Saturday. A July 2012 correspondence between a former adviser and then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton cited Israeli officials as saying that while Israel was unprepared for a full-scale war with Iran, rumors of an IDF strike could “persuade the world they mean business
Wikileaks has released classified document involving European Union plan for military intervention against ‘refugee boats in Libya and the Mediterranean which could eventually lead to sending ground troops to Libya. The report, dated back to January 29, 2016, was written by Rear Admiral Enrico Credendino, the commander of the Operation SOPHIA, for the EU's Military Committee and the EU's Political and Security Committee
Sikorsky/PZL Mielec has signed an agreement with the Ecuador Army for an M28 short takeoff and landing (STOL) aircraft. The twin turboprop aircraft is scheduled for delivery later this year from Sikorskys PZL Mielec manufacturing facility in Poland
Wikileaks has released four secret documents as part of vault 7 leaks containing details of CIA project code-named Protego developed along with Raytheon. The information reveals four secret documents and 37 related technical manuals, details of Protego missile control system installed on board military aircraft manufactured by UTC subsidiary Pratt and Whitney,
WikiLeaks has published documents from the Central Intelligence Agency that details about CherryBlossom tool that exploits popular brands of routers such as D-Link, Belkin and Linksys companies. The CherryBlossom tool is used to monitor the Internet activity of users and conducts software exploits
WikiLeaks whistleblowing platform that published the leaked email of ex-state Secretary Hilllary Clintons email states that the US authorities had knowledge of Qatar as well as Saudi Arabia backing terrorists operation in the Middle East. The e-mail published late on Monday was dated by August 2014 and was addressed to John Podesta, then-counselor to President Barack Obama
The US CIA has hacked into Users computers, mobile phones and even smart TVs from companies like Apple, Google, Microsoft and Samsung, according to Wikileaks. Wikileaks published thousands of documents that describe methods for bypassing or defeating encryption, antivirus tools and other protective security features intended to keep the private information of citizens and corporations safe from prying eyes,
Ecuador government has considered returning advanced light helicopters ‘Dhruv to Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) after a court case involving both the sides is settled. The Ecuador government intends to return due to long-run issue performance of the chopper
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