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Julian Assange: British government assured Ecuador that WikiLeaks founder would not face death penalty in US

Independent Tuesday, 16 April 2019
Both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt say extradition would not be ordered without 'assurances'
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Supporters of Julian Assange protest outside of the Embassy of Ecuador in London five days after the WikiLeaks founder was arrested. The protesters can be seen chanting and holding signs demanding for the release of Assange. The whistleblower, dragged from the Ecuadorian embassy by British...

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