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May 30th
Home Sections Literature and Fourth Estate Julian Assange Asks President Obama: Stop Persecuting WikiLeaks
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Saturday, 25 August 2012 17:34




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F or the first time since he was granted political asylum in Ecuador, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks to supporters who gathered in front of Ecuador's embassy in central London on Sunday (Aug. 19) afternoon amidst a contingent of policemen that surrounded the neighbourhood in the borough of Chelsea.


Mr. Assange who is being sought by Sweden to face allegations of rape, remains holed up in Ecuador's embassy. The British government has previously threatened to barge into the embassy to arrest him.


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