The chances of WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange gaining a reprieve from his confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy in London have taken a blow after the US signed a security deal with the South American nation.
Ecuador has taken what it says is a step to prevent WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange from interfering in other countries' affairs and cut off his Internet access.
Ecuador has reiterated its support for WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange on a day when a British court said that the arrest warrant issued against him, for not making a court appearance on 29 June 2012 still stands.
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