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US formally asks British government to hand over Julian Assange, official says

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 11 June 2019
The U.S. is now formally asking the U.K. to hand over embattled WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, an official says.
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News video: British Official Signs U.S. Extradition Order For Assange

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Gizmodo reports Britain’s Home Secretary Sajid Javid told BBC Radio today that he has signed the extradition order for Julian Assange. THis paves the way for the WikiLeaks founder to be sent to the U.S. to face charges of computer hacking and espionage. Javid said “There’s an extradition...

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