This week saw Assange dodge extradition to the United States.
Supporters of the WikiLeaks founder claim coronavirus is spreading through Belmarsh prison, where Assange is being held.
The former Army intelligence analyst had been in custody since May after refusing to testify before a grand jury about her ties to WikiLeaks.
The WikiLeaks founder is no longer being pursued over rape allegations, but could still be extradited to the US. Here's what's happened so far, and why it's so controversial.
We do not get to pick our figureheads, and it’s in cases exactly like this that our freedoms are challenged, journalist James Ball writes.
The political consultant was accused of lying to Congress as lawmakers investigated Russian interference in the 2016 election.
“We say it represents an outrageous and full-frontal assault on journalistic rights.”
The whistleblower has been moved to a medical ward in prison.
The former Army analyst said she would continue to refuse to testify before a grand jury about giving documents to WikiLeaks. She might soon go back in jail.