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Amnesty International Resists Calls To Designate Assange A 'Prisoner Of Conscience' As Extradition Looms

Photo by Mohamed Elmaazi, NUJ member This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter Newsletter. Become a monthly subscriber [https://thedissenter.org/march-2022] to help us continue our independent journalism. The international human rights organization Amnesty International has resisted calls to designate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange a "prisoner
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Against Blocking The New York Times From Publishing Project Veritas Documents

Photo: Alex Proimos [https://flickr.com/photos/proimos/41578643110/in/photolist-26maq25-qwsCUN-WHeHQF-5x5Krz-dcZy46-GE83Sh-dsPyiH-dcZSa7-cBHuAG-cExqwN-75Comj-GiKibq-851RJP-7kSeQ2-GFwzFj-8ZreiS-6p2KzD-4NUAP2-dcZy8K-9DjxRr-GHwCy-7tSMX-daf3Xf-7tSNx-8DrFED-7Y1CGi-KF39ky-2j5hZpx-GHwDb-LVg8HH-SjN127-5b3SeM-TetFNN-47f16F-4HPMRS-2giCAXf-4rDAxq-6CyJZg-5H81ZT-8RNXos-7AvmmP-QMy8cV-9GTXJe-8zgzfr-evA7cr-6kdQeB-bzHrbM-6kdYxt-8ULw5c-6b6u6y] A judge extended a temporary ban against the New York Times publishing
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