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WikiLeaks documents show Julian Assange's bid for Russian visa

The Age Monday, 17 September 2018
WikiLeaks has repeatedly been hit by unauthorised disclosures, but the latest tens of thousands of files obtained by the Associated Press may be the biggest leak yet.
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