OpEd: Julian Assange – a tainted victory for reporting truth to power, a bitter indictment of Western hypocrisy

Julian Assange’s return to Australia after a plea deal marks a bittersweet victory, highlighting the dire state of press freedoms and the high cost of truth-telling in modern democracies, while underscoring the ongoing suppression of transparency and accountability.

AOAV joins others in calling for the release of Julian Assange

Action on Armed Violence (AOAV) calls for the immediate release of Julian Assange ahead of his critical May 20th hearing, which is set to determine his potential extradition to the United States.

US blames Rwanda for deadly camp strike amidst UK’s designation of Rwanda as a safe country for refugees

The bombing of the Shabindu displacement camp in Goma, attributed to the Rwandan army and M23 rebels, highlights serious concerns about Rwanda’s designation as a safe country for UK asylum seekers, amidst accusations of compromised press freedom and human rights abuses.