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Julian Assange supporters set out stall as extradition hearing begins

WorldNews Monday, 24 February 2020
Julian Assange supporters set out stall as extradition hearing beginsUS lawyers to give opening arguments for deporting WikiLeaks founder to face charges of espionage Julian Assange is set to face off with the US government when his extradition hearing begins on Monday. A judge at Woolwich crown court in south-east London is due to begin hearing arguments from...
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News video: Julian Assange supporters protest outside court ahead of extradition hearing

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Supporters of Julian Assange have gathered outside court as the WikiLeaks founder begins his fight against extradition to the US, where he is accused of helping to leak hundreds of thousands of classified documents.

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