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Former Ecuadorian ambassador to UK speaks on Julian Assange

In 2012, Wikileaks' Julian Assange walked into the Ecuadorian embassy in London seeking political asylum. He was escaping possible extradition to Sweden where he faced rape charges . Six years later, Assange is still held up inside the embassy with little hope of leaving anytime soon. We speak to Ana Alban, who was Ecuador’s ambassador to the United Kingdom when Assange walked into the embassy.

Who is Julian Assange?

Who is Julian Assange?

Assange Arrest: WikiLeaks founder charged in US, UK

Assange Arrest: WikiLeaks founder charged in US, UK

Six years on, what is Julian Assange’s next move?

Six years on, what is Julian Assange’s next move?

Why is Julian Assange a wanted man?

Why is Julian Assange a wanted man?

Video evidence contradicts Israel’s claims about Palestinian civilian killing

Video evidence contradicts Israel’s claims about Palestinian civilian killing

Argentina’s lucky charm

Argentina’s lucky charm

Explainer: What is ‘Farmgate’?

Explainer: What is ‘Farmgate’?

Stratcom Summit 2022 kicks off in Istanbul

Stratcom Summit 2022 kicks off in Istanbul

How Kazakh-Turkish relations are thriving

How Kazakh-Turkish relations are thriving

Exclusive: former German general on grain deal, NATO and PKK

Exclusive: former German general on grain deal, NATO and PKK

Pope Francis under fire for targeting Russia's ethnic minority soldiers

Pope Francis under fire for targeting Russia's ethnic minority soldiers

Female Israeli soldiers subjected to sexual harassment – report

Female Israeli soldiers subjected to sexual harassment – report

Why are protests erupting in China

Why are protests erupting in China

Can football stay separate from politics?

Can football stay separate from politics?

Klinsmann's Iran 'culture' remarks lead to backlash

Klinsmann's Iran 'culture' remarks lead to backlash

Churches in Denmark and Sweden cancel services amid energy crisis

Churches in Denmark and Sweden cancel services amid energy crisis

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