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Action failed - Assange remains an unloved guest,

WikiLeaks founder Assange is unhappy with his placement in the Embassy of Ecuador in London. A lawsuit against the rules he had imposed on the government in Qui

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Action failed - Assange remains an unloved guest,

WikiLeaks founder Assange is unhappy with his placement in the Embassy of Ecuador in London. A lawsuit against the rules he had imposed on the government in Quito, failed now.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has failed in front of an Ecuadorian court with a lawsuit against the conditions of his accommodation in the London Embassy for asylum. The court of appeal in Pichincha dismissed the suit with the Argument that there are no violations of assange's rights were evident.

Assange has lived since 2012 in the Embassy to avoid extradition. Since may of 2017 in Ecuador government in office sees his stay in the Embassy increasingly critical and has been trying for some months to get him to Go. Among other things, he was allowed to receive a visit, make phone calls or use the Internet.

With the defeat in the appeal procedure are exhausted, assange's legal options, said his lawyer. "We have lost," he noted.

Rarely Assange on the balcony of the Embassy of Ecuador in London - last updated in may 2017.

fear of arrest and extradition

The Australian fled in 2012 in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden for rape allegations. Assange feared that Sweden could extradite to the USA, where it may be due to the more explosive revelations in the death penalty.

The Internet platform WikiLeaks published in 2010, hundreds of thousands of secret documents from the communications of U.S. embassies, including the actions of the US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Stockholm public Prosecutor's office put the Swedish case in may 2017 year to the files. However, a British arrest warrant still exists, because Assange is said to have failed in 2010, against the requirements of justice.

criticism from the UN

A UN Committee again criticized the allegations against Assange on Friday. They were relatively slight compared with the loss of freedom, Assange, through his six-year stay in the Embassy of Ecuador have suffered. They recalled that Assange would have a maximum of threatened six months in prison. The UN experts urged the UK authorities to allow Assange to the Embassy to leave without an arrest or surrender to fear.

on Thursday, two Bundestag deputies of the left party had the Australians in the Embassy visited. The 47-Year-old have weakened after months of "total Isolation" on the Embassy grounds, "the", but "mentally strong" cast, said the MP Heike Hänsel after the visit. In the hour-long conversation, he had referred to the permanent pressure, with a minimum of violations of the strict Protocol of paint to his asylum status to lose.

Demonstrative visit: The Left-hand members Dagdelen and Hansel spoke with Assange in the Embassy in London.

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