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U.K. Prison Authorities to Allow Julian Assange to Get Married in Prison

HeadlineNov 12, 2021

British prison authorities have reversed course and have now granted permission to Julian Assange, the imprisoned founder of WikiLeaks, to marry his partner Stella Moris. The couple had sued the British government after their initial attempt to marry was blocked. Click here to see our interview with Stella Moris, the fiancée of Julian Assange, when she visited Glasgow, Scotland, the U.N. climate summit.

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