Their relationship started with an interview and blossomed into asylum. Now Julian Assange could get a new lease on Ecuador's support as President Rafael Correa seeks a third term.
Plans for Julian Assange's arrest were photographed in the hands of a British police officer outside Ecuador’s London embassy.
Both Ecuador and the UK say they're open to negotiating the fate of WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange. But the tone of the talk so far has gotten quite incendiary among them and others.
Ecuador’s people are wary of foreign meddling, but some deeply mistrust the motives of their own president.
The back-and-forth over Julian Assange's case continues to escalate.
The administration of Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa has fought to muzzle the free press, rights groups say. So why would it offer asylum to transparency crusader Julian Assange?
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange gave his first public statement since entering Ecuador's embassy in London in June.
Assange's asylum in Ecuador is now a global affair, and no one appears to be backing down.
The status of Julian Assange's asylum case will be discussed at a meeting of the Organization of American States (OAS).
Since Ecuador’s offer of asylum to Julian Assange, news outlets have been trying to crack the legal code surrounding the WikiLeaks founder’s fate.
An analysis of the text from the Ecuadorean Foreign Ministry granting WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange asylum.