Ecuador admits cutting off Assange's Internet
Ecuador has confirmed it cut WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange off from the internet.
The move came after WikiLeaks had published campaign documents from US Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
The Foreign Ministry announced in a statement Tuesday: "The government of Ecuador respects the principle of nonintervention in the internal affairs of other states."
Information revealed presents a series of emails to and from Clinton adviser John Podesta revealing concerns about the Clinton's links to Wall Street banks, her support for an environmentally hazardous method of natural gas extraction known as fracking and comfort with the notion of covert actions by the US military - provided that it stay secret.
Earlier WikiLeaks said Ecuador cut off Julian Assange