FOX News: Gregg Jarrett: Avenatti may need to get used to a jumpsuit

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Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said Thursday that attorney Michael Avenatti may have to get used to wearing jumpsuits rather than an Armani suit and Jesse Watters accused the media of overlooking the real person in favor of his anti-Trump message.

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Deutsche Welle from Michael_Novakhov (6 sites): Deutsche Welle: Germany exporting weapons to Saudi Arabia and UAE — reports

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Germany’s secret security council has allowed for weapons shipments to members of the war coalition in Yemen. European nations have called for Germany to lift their ban on weapons exports to the Middle East.

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World – TIME: Ecuador Arrests Software Developer With Alleged Links to Wikileaks’ Julian Assange

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A senior Ecuadorian official says a Swedish software developer living in Quito and who is allegedly close to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested as authorities attempt to dismantle a blackmail ring that in recent days had threatened to retaliate against President Lenin Moreno.

The official said Ola Bini was arrested Thursday at Quito’s airport as he was preparing to board a flight for Japan.

The official spoke on the condition of anonymity and didn’t provide any additional details about Bini.

On a blog, a Swedish man by the same name describes himself as a software developer working in Quito for the Center for Digital Autonomy, a group based in Ecuador and Spain focused on privacy, security and cryptography issues. It makes no mention of any affiliation with Wikileaks.

On Twitter earlier Thursday, Bini called claims by the Interior Minister that Russian hackers and someone close to Wikileaks were working inside Ecuador “very worrisome” news. “This seems like a witch hunt to me,” Bini wrote.

The arrest came after British police dragged Assange out of Ecuador’s embassy when his seven-year asylum was revoked.

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FOX News: Mark Steyn: Assange indictment ‘extremely weak,’ Americans should be disturbed

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Conservative commentator Mark Steyn on Thursday said the indictment against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is “extremely weak” and blasted the intelligence community on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

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FOX News: Ecuador arrests Swedish software developer allegedly tied to WikiLeaks after Assange arrest, official says

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A Swedish software developer with close ties to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested Thursday in connection with a group accused of attempting to blackmail Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno, The Associated Press reported.

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Deutsche Welle from Michael_Novakhov (6 sites): Deutsche Welle: Far-right protesters target European Lesbian Conference in Ukraine

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Ultra-right activists broke windows and reportedly used tear gas on police outside a hotel where the European Lesbian Conference will take place. Despite threats, conference organizers said “we will not be intimidated.”

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Deutsche Welle from Michael_Novakhov (6 sites): Deutsche Welle: DW.com – Europe: Far-right protesters target European Lesbian Conference in Ukraine

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Ultra-right activists broke windows and reportedly used tear gas on police outside a hotel where the European Lesbian Conference will take place. Despite threats, conference organizers said “we will not be intimidated.”

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