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U.S. arrests former Marine connected to North Korea embassy raid in Spain

1:39am BST

WASHINGTON U.S. authorities have arrested a former U.S. Marine who is a member of a group that allegedly raided the North Korean embassy in Madrid in February and stole electronics, two sources familiar with the arrest said on Friday.

Mueller finds no conspiracy, but extensive Trump-Russia contacts

19 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON Special Counsel Robert Mueller may not have found evidence of a criminal conspiracy between Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Russia, but his report details extensive contacts between the campaign and Russian operatives who sought to influence the election.  

Mueller finds no conspiracy, but extensive Trump-Russia contacts

19 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON Special Counsel Robert Mueller may not have found evidence of a criminal conspiracy between Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Russia, but his report details extensive contacts between the campaign and Russian operatives who sought to influence the election.  

Assange, Manning had reason to believe leaks would injure U.S. -prosecutors

15 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and former U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning had reason to believe that leaking U.S. military reports "would cause injury" to the country, federal prosecutors alleged in a newly unsealed court filing on Monday.

Assange, Manning had reason to believe leaks would injure U.S. -prosecutors

15 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON, April 15 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and former U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning had reason to believe that leaking U.S. military reports "would cause injury" to the country, federal prosecutors alleged in a newly unsealed court filing on Monday.

Hints, but no proof of crime, in Mueller's hunt for a Trump-Russia conspiracy

14 Apr 2019

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON As recently as February, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team dropped hints that the inquiry into Russia's role in the 2016 U.S. election might unearth evidence of active cooperation between Moscow and President Donald Trump's campaign.

U.S. has two months to finalize extradition case against WikiLeaks' Assange

12 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON U.S. prosecutors have just under two months to present British authorities with a final and detailed criminal case to justify the possible extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a U.S. government official said on Friday.

U.S. lobbying probes persist though Mueller investigation over

12 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe of Russian interference in U.S. politics is over, but prosecutors are investigating two prominent Washington lobbyists for their work for the former pro-Russian government of Ukraine, according to three sources close to the probe.

From skateboards to spying, Assange arrest followed drawn-out dispute with Ecuador

12 Apr 2019

QUITO/WASHINGTON Ecuador's decision to abruptly end Julian Assange's seven-year asylum in its London embassy on Thursday followed a long deterioration in relations, driven in part by suspicions he was secretly fuelling corruption allegations against President Lenin Moreno.

From skateboards to spying, Assange arrest followed drawn-out dispute with Ecuador

12 Apr 2019

QUITO/WASHINGTON Ecuador's decision to abruptly end Julian Assange's seven-year asylum in its London embassy on Thursday followed a long deterioration in relations, driven in part by suspicions he was secretly fuelling corruption allegations against President Lenin Moreno.

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Yellow vest demonstrators, police clash in Paris

Clashes broke out between dozens of demonstrators and police in Paris on the 23rd Saturday of yellow-vest protests after authorities warned that rioters could return to the French capital to spark a new wave of violence.