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Assange extradition ‘dark day for press freedom’ and UK: WikiLeaks

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WikiLeaks on Friday criticised the UK government approving the extradition of Julian Assange and vowed to appeal the decision.

“This is a dark day for Press freedom and for British democracy,” the group said in a statement, insisting Assange, 50, “did nothing wrong” and was “being punished for doing his job”.


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