WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange may find himself expelled from the Ecuadorian embassy where he has been taking refuge for more than four years if there is a change of government in that country's Sunday's elections.
WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange has reactivated his personal Twitter account, with the very first tweet seeking to scotch widely circulating rumours of his death.
WikiLeaks has said US Secretary of State John Kerry asked Ecuador to cut its leader Julian Assange's Internet connectivity after the organisation had released the content of paid speeches that Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had given to Goldman Sachs.
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