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Assange supporters gather outside Ecuador Embassy after his arrest

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Assange supporters gather outside Ecuador Embassy after his arrest

Assange supporters gather outside Ecuador Embassy after his arrest

Supporters of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange gathered outside the Ecuador Embassy in London to protest his arrest today (April 11).

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