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UK lawmakers: Julian Assange should face justice in Sweden

WorldNews Saturday, 13 April 2019 ()
UK lawmakers: Julian Assange should face justice in SwedenLONDON — More than 70 British legislators have urged the government to make sure WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces Swedish justice if prosecutors there reopen a rape allegation against him. The lawmakers signed a letter late Friday urging Home Secretary Sajid Javid to "do everything you can to champion action that will ensure Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden in the event Sweden makes an extradition request." Sweden suspended its investigation of serious sexual misconduct two years ago because...
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