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Julian Assange extradition could take "months or years"

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Julian Assange extradition could take 'months or years'

Julian Assange extradition could take "months or years"

Julian Assange is likely to be extradited to the US, but the process could take "months or years" according to Human Rights lawyer Shoib M Khan.

Assange was arrested in London after Ecuador removed his political asylum.

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