Wikileaks founder Assange thanks Ecuador in public

Julian Assange, has spoken in public for the first time since he has sought refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. From a balcony he thanked Ecuador for granting him asylum and urged the US to end its “witch-hunt” against him and his Wikileaks colleagues. Anne Saenen reports. Listen to the report

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