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Jennifer Robinson, centre left, a lawyer representing Julian Assange, talks to the media outside Westminster Magistrates Court after the court ruled that an arrest warrant against Assange is still valid, in London, Tuesday Feb. 6, 2018.  Lawyers for the WikiLeaks founder argued that the warrant should be dismissed, but following the verdict Tuesday, Assange would seem likely to continue his shelter within the Ecuadorian embassy in London. ( John Stillwell/PA via AP)
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Jennifer Robinson, centre left, a lawyer representing Julian Assange, talks to the media outside Westminster Magistrates Court after the court ruled that an arrest warrant against Assange is still valid, in London, Tuesday Feb. 6, 2018. Lawyers for the WikiLeaks founder argued that the warrant should be dismissed, but following the verdict Tuesday, Assange would seem likely to continue his shelter within the Ecuadorian embassy in London. ( John Stillwell/PA via AP)

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