WikiLeaks tweeted Thursday that it had learned through a high-level Ecuadoran source that Assange would be expelled within " hours to days ". But supporters of Mr Assange were gathering in numbers outside the embassy on Friday, at one stage a van was parked alongside them with placards that said "Free Speech" and featured images of Mr Assange and convicted classified document leaker Chelsea Manning.
He added: "I am just going to be myself, I am going to be for the things I have always been for. The country is so divided right now that we can't get a plan together". "We can't get anything done because of these huge divisions that we have". "I think you'll get attacked by people in your own party". The congressman said that "the American people deserve to know if the tax cuts they paid for are being used to inflate corporate profits at the expense of their economic security and the survival ...
The spokesperson of the Israeli military, Jonathan Conricus, tweeted about the return of the body, saying that it was through a "secret intelligence operation". Israel hoped forensic tests might determine if Baumel was killed outright or died under other circumstances, Conricus said. Leah and Simcha Goldin, the parents of Lt.
That resistance continued in the 1940s. There is no doubt that the United States contributes almost two-thirds of NATO's annual budget and that several constituencies inside the US have been raising concerns on whether they should continue to bear the cross forever.
A spokesperson for the House of Commons said: "The leak was urgently dealt with and has now been isolated". "We would like to clarify this was not a sewage leak". The Commons is set to be closed for the rest of Thursday, although the House of Lords will remain open to debate the latest Brexit developments. Speaking outside the chamber, Conservative former minister Sir Peter Bottomley told the Press Association: "We will obviously need a leak inquiry".
An American woman and her driver have been kidnapped at Uganda's most popular wildlife park by gunmen demanding a ransom of Sh50 million, police said on Wednesday. We have no further information to offer at this time", the spokesman told VOA. The park reopened in February; weeks later another ranger was killed.