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Dailymail reported "Julian Assange REJECTS 'deal' to leave Ecuador's London embassy" on Friday

[] Mr Moreno said his government had received written assurances from the UK government that they not to extradite Mr Assange to any country where he would face the death penalty They recently placed restrictions on his use of the embassy, including a requirement that he clean up after his cat The 47-year-old WikiLeaks founder has been holed up inside Ecuador's London embassy since 2012 when he was accused of sexual assault by two women in Sweden.

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