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Assange's belongings 'to be handed to US' – WikiLeaks

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Assange's belongings 'to be handed to US' – WikiLeaksJulian Assange’s property from his time dwelling within the Ecuadorian embassy in London shall be passed over to US prosecutors, WikiLeaks has claimed. Ecuadorian officers are mentioned to be travelling to London to permit US prosecutors to “assist themselves” to the pieces, which come with criminal papers, scientific data and digital apparatus. WikiLeaks mentioned officers …
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