CNN reported "Ecuador leader says Assange should leave embassy if UK gives guarantees" on Thursday
 Last month, an inadvertent court filing in a case unrelated to Assange revealed that he has been charged in secret Assange faces a British arrest warrant over violating bail conditions by seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in 2012, but Sweden, which originally sought to question him on sexual abuse allegations, has said it is no longer seeking to extradite him If the British government guarantees that Julian Assange will not be extradited to a third country where he could face the death penalty, Assange should hand himself in to the authorities, Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno said.
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Julian Assange rejects UK-Ecuador deal for him to leave the embassy But Mr Assange's lawyer, Barry Pollack, told The Telegraph that the deal was not acceptable The legal team have long argued that they will not accept any agreement which risks his being extradited to the United States He does, however, still face charges in the UK of skipping bail
Ecuador says 'the road is clear' for Julian Assange to leave embassy Lenin Moreno's comments in a radio interview Thursday suggest that months of quiet diplomacy between the U.K The mounting tension has drawn Moreno closer to the position of Britain, which for years has said it is barred by law from extraditing suspects to any jurisdiction where they would face capital punishment
Ecuador: UK gave enough guarantees for Assange to leave embassy Wikileaks has released thousands of classified US military documents, among other disclosures Assange insists British authorities will hand him over to the United States But nothing is preventing it from extraditing him to the U.S. if prosecutors there were to pledge not to seek the death penalty The Listening Post Julian Assange: Have the media found him guilty
Ecuador's Moreno says Wikileaks' Assange can leave embassy if he wants Wikileaks has released thousands of classified U.S. military documents, among other disclosures The investigation was later dropped, but Great Britain says he will be arrested if leaves the embassy Moreno said the sentence for skipping bail would be not long Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Ecuador: Enough UK guarantees for Assange to leave embassy QUITO, Ecuador (AP) Ecuador’s president says Britain has provided sufficient guarantees for Julian Assange to leave his government’s embassy in London, where the WikiLeaks founder has been living under asylum since 2012 government not to extradite the Australian activist to any country where he would face the death penalty