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WikiLeaks: After years of giving refuge, Ecuador suspends Julian Assange's citizenship

Zee News Friday, 12 April 2019
Ecuador has suspended Julian Assange`s citizenship and accused him and people connected to his WikiLeaks group of collaborating in attempts to destabilise the Andean nation`s government, after years of offering him shelter.
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Julian Assange has been forcibly removed from the Ecuadorian embassy in London almost seven years after he sought refuge there to avoid extradition to Sweden on sex assault charges. Scotland Yard arrested the WikiLeaks founder after the Ecuadorian government withdrew his asylum, blaming his "repeated...

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