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The bad news about the Julian Assange verdict
A London court ruled the WikiLeaks founder won’t be extradited to the US, but the decision still […]
Why did Merkel close Glühwein stands but not schools?
The chancellor had been desperate to keep schools open, but they were left to figure it out for themselves. […]
Red Flag: Did the police really attack protestors over an FDJ flag?
On Sunday 2,000 people gathered in Friedrichshain for the LL-Demo, but it didn’t go smoothly. Nathaniel Flakin […]
Daniel Ellsberg: “Whatever Julian Assange is guilty of, I’m guilty of.”
A surprise verdict from a London court blocked Julian Assange’s extradition to the US. We spoke to […]
Reactions: The Assange verdict in tweets
We were at the London’s Old Bailey this morning, stunned and relieved to hear that the WikiLeaks […]
Corine Pelluchon: “It takes courage to have fear.”
The French animal rights philosopher explains how the pandemic has brought us to an ethical crossroads, and […]