1. Julian Assange had then lost interest, she said, and fallen asleep.
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3. Julian Assange still faced a warrant in Britain for failing to appear in court, and the US Justice Department said it was reconsidering whether to charge him for revealing classified information.
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6. In 2006, Julian Assange began work on WikiLeaks, a website intended to collect and share confidential information on an international scale.
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13. Julian Assange created WikiLeaks in 2006 to serve as a clearinghouse for sensitive or classified documents.
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14. Julian Assange is one of the famous journalists of this time due to his founding of WikiLeaks.
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23. Julian Assange has been already charged by the US, but the case will remain sealed until the arrest of the whistleblower, WikiLeaks has revealed citing court filings unrelated to its co-founder.
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26. Julian Assange has consistently denied any connection to or cooperation with Russia in relation to the leaks damaging to Clinton and the Democratic Party.
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27. On 26 August 2016, Julian Assange spoke to Fox News and said that Clinton was causing "hysteria about Russia" after the Democratic Party, along with a number of cybersecurity experts and cybersecurity firms, claimed that Russian intelligence had hacked the e-mails and leaked them to WikiLeaks.
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30. The UK said it would arrest Julian Assange should he leave the Ecuadorian embassy.
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31. On 19 October 2018, BBC News reported that Julian Assange was starting legal action against the government of Ecuador, accusing it of violating his "fundamental rights and freedoms".
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37. Julian Assange announced that he would run for the Australian Senate in March 2012 under the new WikiLeaks Party, and Cypherpunks was published in November.
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43. Julian Assange surrendered himself to UK police on 7 December 2010, and was held for ten days before being released on bail.
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44. Julian Assange continued to deny the allegations, and expressed concern that he would be extradited from Sweden to the United States because of his perceived role in publishing secret American documents.
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46. In the final episode, Julian Assange talks to Malaysia's opposition leader, who faced prison terms twice in what he calls politically-motivated cases.
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50. Julian Assange loses bid to ease terms of his UK asylum.
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