UK refuses extradition of Julian Assange
British court on Monday refused Julian Assange’s extradition to the U.S. due to the state of health and the risk of suicide of the Wikileaks founder.
The American justice system accuses the Australian of 49 years of espionage, and may sentence him to 175 years in prison for having released, since 2010, more than 700,000 confidential documents on US military and diplomatic activities, mainly in Iraq and the United States. Afghanistan.
The United States accuses the WikiLeaks founder of endangering US service sources, which Assange disputes.
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