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Julian Assange

Pamela Anderson

Australia has requested the U.S. to drop the prosecution of Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, who faces espionage charges.

President Joe Biden stated that they are considering the request.

Assange, currently held in Britain, could face up to 175 years in jail if convicted in the U.S.

His wife, Stella, urges dropping the charges citing Assange’s declining health.

Supporters argue Assange exposed military wrongdoing, while the U.S. claims his leaks endangered lives.

Assange awaits a decision on his extradition appeal, with a court deadline set for May 20.

WikiLeaks calls for a political solution, linking Assange’s case to Australia’s security pact with the U.S. and UK.

Campaign groups advocate for his release, denouncing the prosecution under the Espionage Act.

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