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Julian Assange Says He’s Suing Ecuador for ‘Violating His Fundamental Rights’

NYTimes.com Friday, 19 October 2018
The WikiLeaks founder claimed that his longtime hosts at the country’s embassy in London are limiting his contact with the outside world and censoring his speech.
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​The lawsuit relates to a new set of embassy house rules that Assange claims violates his rights.

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