Six diplomatic staff at the Ecuador embassy in London have been issued subpoenas by the US Department of Justice, which wants to question them in the wake of a story published by The Guardian claiming that former Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort, visited WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange.
WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange's lawyer has refused to buy into an agreement announced by Ecuador President Lenin Moreno for him to leave the country's London embassy after more than six years of taking refuge there.
American journalists' grouping Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press has filed a motion in the eastern district of Virginia to unseal the US Government's criminal charges against WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange.
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