Assange has been put at risk by film-maker's failure to abide by conditions.
North Korea's state-run media outlet called on South Koreans to 'wage unflinching struggle' against the U.S.'s missile defense system.
President Donald Trump blasted the 'horrible' trade deal between the U.S. and South Korea, threatening to "terminate" it if Seoul didn't pay for the billion-dollar THAAD.
The earlier-than-expected move was denounced by the frontrunner in South Korea's presidential election.
The civil case is separate from two ongoing criminal cases involving Eichenwald and Rivello.
Despite a lagging economy, Moscow has boosted defense spending to come in just behind the U.S. and China.
Russia's lack of jamming capabilities means they are developing a shrapnel weapon likely to be fired from vehicles.
Moscow had its S-400 missile system in range of the strike.
Russian politicians have criticized the U.S. airstrike on the Syrian military.
The government's defense science agency counts Agent Orange, bunny ESP and draining the Great Lakes among its interests and achievements.
Trump's national security adviser HR McMaster is now in charge of the committee and added some new members.
Russia has delivered a batch of shoulder-fired Igla-S air defense missile systems to Brazil and has planned on sending Panstir-1 air defense and artillery systems.
China conducted joint air and land drills near its unstable border with Myanmar as Beijing stressed national security.
NATO has planned to spend over $3.2 billion on a large boost to the 28-member military alliance's electronic and satellite communication defense systems.
Six soldiers died and three were injured in the assault on a national guard compound.
State officials may be liable for abetting serious breaches of the laws of war.
Trump's contradictory remarks on NATO, calling it "obsolete" during the U.S. election campaign but also supporting it, as well as his praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin, have deeply unsettled allies who fear for transatlantic ties.
Jens Stoltenberg announced 3.8 percent of spike in real terms across Europe and Canada.
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said NATO was reacting to Russian reinforcements in the region but did not want a new Cold War.