Julian Assange May Be Forced to Leave Ecuador Embassy After Upsetting President

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Julian Assange May Be Forced to Leave Ecuador Embassy After Upsetting President
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Assange has been hiding out in the Ecuadorian Embassy since 2012 when the U.K. said he should be extradited to Sweden, where he faced an allegation of rape. The WikiLeaks founder said he feared being extradited to the United States, where his human rights were under threat of being violated. The charges against Assange were dropped in May 2017, but British officials claim they would arrest him on a different charge, of failure to appear in court.

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