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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador withdraws asylum

FOXNews.com Thursday, 11 April 2019 ()
Ecuador announced Thursday that it has withdrawn asylum from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for “repeatedly violating international conventions and protocol.”
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WikiLeaks Co-Founder Julian Assange Arrested Ecuador has withdrawn Assange’s asylum for “repeatedly violating international conventions and protocol.” Assange had been living in London’s Ecuadorian embassy for nearly seven years. Ecuadorian president Lenin Moreno described it as a...

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