Assange appears more useful to the wily President Correa than he is to the US authorities
Will Britain carry out its threat to enter the embassy? How will Ecuador react? And how long can Assange stay there?
Opinion digest: Assange extradition, British volunteers, economic pussyfooting, and Fifty Shades of consumerism
As the time approaches for Ecuador's decision, how will President Correa react to UK's arrest threat?
Will Ecuador smuggle WikiLeaks boss out of embassy – or was asylum offer merely symbolic?
Assad is further rocked as top general and troops swap sides to the Free Syria Army
Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky and Naomi Woolf urge Ecuador to accept WikiLeaks founder's application
Opinion digest: Egypt's 'coup', Twitter's new rival, Julian Assange and Jimmy Carr
WikiLeaks founder claims asylum at Ecuadorian embassy in London - nine days before extradition to Sweden
Supreme Court says WikiLeaks founder must face sex offence charges in Sweden
From the Sunday Papers: hackers claim sexy snap sent to Assad and Gregg Wallace's marriage ends
Stratfor accused of links with Pakistani terrorist and spying on harmless political activists
If judges find in favour of the WikiLeaks boss, any other extraditions to Europe would be difficult
'Revolutionary' Assange aims to host in-depth discussions with 'iconoclasts and visionaries'
Julian Assange's latest release raises privacy concerns - but some just think it's 'embarrassing'
WikiLeaks boss could take case to Supreme Court if he can prove it is of 'public importance'
Julian Assange says site has temporarily stopped publishing to fight ‘oppressive’ financial blockade and raise money