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Ecuador Says It Still Backs Assange, but WikiLeaks Says It Cut His Internet – New York Times

The strange tale of Julian Assange and Ecuador became a little odder on Tuesday, as the Ecuadorean government restated its commitment to providing Mr. Assange political asylum at its embassy in London but refused to even acknowledge the charge by WikiLeaks that it had cut off his access to the internet.

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The strange tale of Julian Assange and Ecuador became a little odder on Tuesday, as the Ecuadorean government restated its commitment to providing Mr. Assange political asylum at its embassy in London but refused to even acknowledge the charge by WikiLeaks that it had cut off his access to the internet.

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