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Julian Assange: WikiLeaks founder’s case endangers press freedom, his wife tells DW

Stella Assange, wife of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, has accused the US of targeting a foreign journalist for exposing war crimes. She told DW that Assange's life depends on his extradition order being dropped.

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