Following WikiLeaks Revelations, Julian Assange Asks For Asylum In France, France Rejects His Request

Following WikiLeaks Revelations, Julian Assange Asks For Asylum In France, France Rejects His Request

By Romain Dillet It was easy to see it coming. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange formally asked for asylum in France in a letter sent to Le Monde. Over the past couple of weeks, WikiLeaks dropped multiple documents related to France and Germany. We learned that the NSA monitored French presidents and officials, spied on top French companies and eavesdropped Angela Merkel for sure. Read More

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