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Julian Assange: Wikileaks founder in last-ditch bid to avoid US extradition

  • Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, faces a final court hearing for possible U.S. Extradition on espionage charges. U.S. Prosecutors claim the disclosures compromised intelligence sources in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • UK approved extradition, citing mental health concerns, with his wife calling it a "matter of life and death." If extradition not stopped, his supporters fear 175 years in the US prison.
  • Assange's lengthy legal battle, involving, possible transfer to the States, may culminate in this final appeal in the British High Court. His wife warns of his deteriorating health.
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