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'They have the cheek to lecture us about freedom of the press?': Russia responds to Julian Assange arrest with defiance

Independent Friday, 12 April 2019
Russian propaganda channels are outraged over the West's "hypocrisy" over Assange's detention
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U.S. prosecutors charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with a single count of conspiracy to hack into a computer, which legal experts say may be a strategy to avoid running afoul of press freedom protections.

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