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Secret documents show plan to move Julian Assange to Moscow

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Ecuador’s parliament has released previously secret documents revealing elements of a plan to move Julian Assange to Moscow – a plan apparently thwarted by the UK government.
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