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WikiLeaks Responds to Rumors on Julian Assange’s Death

Epoch Times Monday, 28 November 2016
WikiLeaks Responds to Rumors on Julian Assange’s DeathSince late October, concerns have been growing about WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange’s safety.

WikiLeaks, in a tweet, wrote: “Please stop asking us for ‘proof of life’. We do not control Assange’s physical environment or internet connection. @MashiRafael does,” referring …
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