Julian Assange can enchantment U.S. extradition order, U.Okay. courtroom guidelines | EUROtoday

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LONDON — A pair of High Court judges in Britain granted Julian Assange permission to enchantment his extradition to the United States, the place he faces costs of espionage for releasing reams of delicate navy and diplomatic information through WikiLeaks in 2010.

It was a authorized victory for Assange, because it meant that the 52-year-old WikiLeaks founder wouldn’t be whisked away by U.S. marshals. But he’s set to stay within the high-security Belmarsh jail, on the outskirts of London, whereas his authorized saga continues in Britain for extra months.