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Next step in Assange extradition case due in UK court on Friday

Reuters India Thursday, 13 June 2019
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange is due before a London court on Friday, facing the next stage of a U.S. attempt to try him on spying charges after Britain's interior minister said he had validated the American extradition request.
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Reuters reports WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange is due before a London court on Friday, facing the next stage of a U.S. attempt to try him on spying charges after Britain’s interior minister said he had validated the American extradition request. 47 year old Assange is accused of conspiring to...

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