Former UK Diplomat On Threat To Ecuador: 'Oops'

Via: It was a warning meant to remind Ecuador that Britain's patience has limits. But as the stalemate over Julian Assange settled in Friday, it appeared London's veiled threat that it could storm Ecuador's embassy and drag Assange out

Morning Occupy News Round-up

Time to Rebel! Five Ways We Can Break the Big Banks' Death Grip on the Economy Wall Street’s incredible greed and arrogance may have finally handed us the tools and leverage we need. Read it at Truthout. Court orders Occupy Hong

WikiLeaks' Assange Defiant Over Order To Surrender

British authorities have demanded that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange present himself at Belgravia police station at 11.30am on Friday. According to the Guardian, "This is standard practice in extradition cases and is the first step in

Assange Seeking Asylum At Ecuador Embassy

Ecuador has said that Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, has sought out asylum at the South American country’s embassy in London, according to Reuters. A week ago, Assange lost a bid in Britain’s highest court to avoid being

March 15, 1947 - Living In A Post-War World.

March 15, 1947 - Living in a Post-War World. Cold War news. Big Four Conference. Palestine question. War Crimes trial in Tokyo. Fighting in China between Government and Communists. Revolts in South America. Foreign Aid to Greece and Turkey. Blizzards in Wales. Floods in East London.