Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation ‘not sustainable’

Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation 'not sustainable'
Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation ‘not sustainable’
holed up in the tiny Ecuadorian embassy in London’s Knightsbridge since 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over sexual assault charges, which he has denied. The investigation into the WikiLeaks founder was dropped last year. But he remains in self-imposed exile due to fears he could still be arrested by UK police for breaching bail conditions. He claims such an arrest could be followed by extradition to the United States to face espionage charges.

Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation 'not sustainable'
Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation ‘not sustainable’
Julian Assange’s situation is “not sustainable”, according to the foreign minister of Ecuador, the country sheltering him.
Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation 'not sustainable'
Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation ‘not sustainable’

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Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation 'not sustainable'
Ecuador could remove Julian Assange from London embassy as situation ‘not sustainable’

Associated Press. If the situation is indeed untenable, Assange could finally leave the embassy.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addresses the media from the balcony of Ecuador’s London embassy.

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