WikiLeaks founder Assange says he has 3 months to appeal UK ruling

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13 February 2018 18:14:13 The Daily Star >> News >> World

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Tuesday he had three months to appeal against a British court ruling that means he still faces arrest for breach of bail conditions if he steps out of the Ecuadorean embassy in London. Full article on WikiLeaks founder Assange says he has 3 months to appeal UK ruling

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