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UK court has adjourned the extradition hearing for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange until February 24, 2011. The judge said he needed more time to think whether Assange should be sent to Sweden to face sex crime allegations.
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well how the tables have turned.. the US and UK citzens used to think that Russia is a mafia state.. I think they better take a good look in their own back yard.. because thats where they will find a mafia state.. and not Russia.
Corruption at the higest level.. human rights.. etc..
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