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US officials to ask Ecuador embassy staff about Assange visitors

Bangkok Post Friday, 18 January 2019
LONDON - US investigators will on Friday begin to question diplomatic staff who were stationed at the Ecuadorian embassy in London during WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's years-long stay about his visitors, according to the whistleblower group.
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