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UK court approves extradition of Julian Assange to US

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Julian Assange's case is sent to interior minister Priti Patel. Patel will decide whether the Wikileaks founder should be extradited to the United States. Assange is wanted in the U.S. on 18 criminal charges, including breaking a spying law. He denies any wrongdoing.
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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Times of India

UK judge sends extradition case of Wikileaks' Julian Assange to interior minister Priti Patel

The procedural step, in what has been a long-running and high-profile legal battle, was announced at a hearing in central London following a March decision to deny Australian-born Assange permission to appeal against his extradition.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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BBC News

Assange US extradition order sent to Priti Patel - BBC News

A court has approved an order for the Wikileaks founder to face espionage charges in the US.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Reuters

UK judge sends extradition case of Wikileaks' Assange to interior minister Patel

A British judge on Wednesday sent the case of Julian Assange to interior minister Priti Patel who will decide whether the Wikileaks founder should be extradited to the United States over the release of confidential U.S. documents.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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News18 India

UK Court Formally Issues Order to Extradite Assange to US

The decision now rests with interior minister Priti Patel, although Assange's lawyers may still appeal to the High Court if she approves the extradition

2 months ago·India
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The Guardian

UK court approves extradition of Julian Assange to US

Home secretary to decide whether WikiLeaks founder will be extradited to US on espionage charges

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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CTV News

Judge sends Assange extradition decision to U.K. government

A British judge on Wednesday formally approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States to face spying charges. The case will now go to Britain's interior minister for a decision, though the WikiLeaks founder still has legal avenues of appeal.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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