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Swedish court upholds warrant Julian Assange

Swedish court upholds warrant Julian Assange

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The Swedish supreme court upholds the arrest warrant for Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks. The Swedish authorities want Assange for six years question about a verkrachtingszaak from 2010.

A Swedish woman states by Assange raped. The whistleblower denies the allegations.

The supreme court Friday decided that Assange still if suspect is seen in the case.

The 45-year-old Australian is staying since 2012 in the embassy of Ecuador in London. Assange is afraid that he during the possible trial in Sweden is extradited to the United States.

Sensitive information

Here is Assange sought because of the leak of thousands of documents with sensitive diplomatic and military information.

The Wikileaks founder is mid-October at the embassy in Ecuador questioned about the case. The questioning by the Swedish police will take place under the guidance of an Ecuadorian public prosecutor.

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