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epa03273940 Composite photo showing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange (L) arriving at the Supreme Court in London, 02 February 2012, and Ecuador's President Rafael Correa (R) in Cochabamba, Bolivia, 04 June 2012. Julian Assange entered Ecuador's Embassy in London, Britain, on 19 June, and seeked political asylum to avoid extradition and questioning over alleged sexual misconduct in Sweden. Ecuadorean embassy stated that 'The decision to consider Mr. Assange’s application for protective asylum should in no way be interpreted as the Government of Ecuador interfering in the judicial processes of either the United Kingdom or Sweden.' Assange interviewed Correa last April in his television show the World of Tomorrow on the Russian-government funded network RT. In it the Ecuadorean President declared himself as Wikileaks fan and said 'Cheer up! Cheer up! Welcome to the club of the persecuted!' In June 2010 Ecuador's Deputy Foreign Minister Kintto Lucas had offered Assange residency 'without any problem and without any conditions', but the offer was later denied by Correa alleging it had not been approved by the Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino, or himself. /LANDOV
epa03273940 Composite photo showing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange (L) arriving at the Supreme Court in London, 02 February 2012, and Ecuador's President Rafael Correa (R) in Cochabamba, Bolivia, 04 June 2012. Julian Assange entered Ecuador's Embassy in London, Britain, on 19 June, and seeked political asylum to avoid extradition and questioning over alleged sexual misconduct in Sweden. Ecuadorean embassy stated that 'The decision to consider Mr. Assange’s application for protective asylum should in no way be interpreted as the Government of Ecuador interfering in the judicial processes of either the United Kingdom or Sweden.' Assange interviewed Correa last April in his television show the World of Tomorrow on the Russian-government funded network RT. In it the Ecuadorean President declared himself as Wikileaks fan and said 'Cheer up! Cheer up! Welcome to the club of the persecuted!' In June 2010 Ecuador's Deputy Foreign Minister Kintto Lucas had offered Assange residency 'without any problem and without any conditions', but the offer was later denied by Correa alleging it had not been approved by the Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino, or himself. /LANDOV

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