Australia Rejects Calls To Intervene In Assange’S Prosecution

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The newly elected Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, has rejected calls for him to ask the United States to drop its prosecution of WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange.

Albanese declined to say whether he had spoken to President Joe Biden about the case after the British government ordered his extradition to the US.

The legal battle began in 2010 after WikiLeaks published more than 500,000 classified US documents about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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