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Ecuador hands over Julian Assange's belongings to US

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Ecuador hands over Julian Assange's belongings to USSymbol copyright PA Symbol caption The Wikileaks founder was once holed up in Ecuador’s London embassy for seven years to keep away from extradition to Sweden Ecuador has begun handing US prosecutors a few of Julian Assange’s possessions left at the back of following his keep in its London embassy. The rustic’s international minister José …
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