Call for UK judicial impartiality after Julian Assange’s arrest
Tue 7 Dec 2010 08:19 pm filed by the Editor - International
Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-François Julliard has written to UK Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke urging him to guarantee respect for Mr Assange’s defence rights despite the extreme tension surrounding the case. And the Swedish prosecutor in charge of the rape case against Julian Assange said on Tuesday she had no intention of extraditing the WikiLeaks boss to the U.S. 'if he was brought to Sweden to face justice'.
Wed 24 Nov 2010 02:26 pm filed by the Editor - International
By Richard Douththwaite Ireland's negotiations with the ECB and the IMF are perhaps the most important talks that this country has engaged in since Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith negotiated the Anglo-Irish Treaty with the British Prime Minister, Lloyd George, in late 1921.