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WikiLeaks: Ecuador Cut Off Julian Assange's Internet

Things appear to be getting tense between Julian Assange and the Ecuadorian embassy he has been holed up in since 2012. WikiLeaks—which sparked rumors of Assange's death with odd "dead man's switch tweets" Sunday — tweeted Monday that Ecuador had cut off Assange's Internet on Saturday, "shortly after publication of...
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