The US Senate's Select Committee on Intelligence has invited WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange to testify before it in connection with its probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.
Ecuador President Lenin Moreno has said he has no objection to the UK agreeing to extradite WikiLeaks' publisher Julian Assange to the US, if there is an understanding that he will not face the death penalty for his publishing of leaked US military secrets.
The president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, has either finalised, or is about to finalise, an agreement with the UK to end the asylum protection for WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange even as early as this week, The Intercept reports.
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