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Julian Assange arrest warrant still stands - court

BBC News Tuesday, 6 February 2018 ()
A UK arrest warrant against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is still valid, a court rules.
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News video: Assange loses bid to drop UK arrest warrant

▶ Assange loses bid to drop UK arrest warrant 00:30

Julian Assange is set to extend his stay in Ecuador’s London embassy after losing his appeal to have his UK arrest warrant dropped. The Wikileaks founder failed to surrender to bail by seeking asylum in the embassy in 2012. He was being pursued by Sweden at the time, who sought to extradite him in...

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