Ecuador seizes Assange’s possessions after US request May 21, 2019 0 1237 12345 London: Ecuador began a process on Monday to seize possessions left at its London embassy by by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, following a request by the US Department of Justice.Ecuador’s foreign ministry said prosecutors and police had started to identify and seize any of Assange’s belongings that could serve as evidence in a US investigation into the alleged release of classified material by WikiLeaks. The seized possessions will be sent to Ecuador to be analysed, Quito said. If Ecuadorian prosecutors conclude that some of them should be passed to Washington, this will be done according to legal norms. (DPA) RELATED ARTICLES Ukraine’s new president calls for snap polls after taking the oath of office May 21, 2019 0 380 Thousands protest strict Alabama abortion law May 21, 2019 0 970 Brexit Party leader blames ‘radicalised’ remainers after milkshake attack May 21, 2019 0 346 Austrian far-right ministers to resign en masse amid ‘Ibiza-gate’ fallout AFP Vienna All remaining ministers from Austria’s far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) are to resign, a party spokesman said on Monday, after one of their member, Interior Minister Herbert Kickl, was fired in the fallout from .. UK appoints first international human rights ambassador REUTERS LONDON Britain appointed its first international ambassador for human rights on Monday to support its work in the United Nations and promote its campaigns around the world. Rita French will be based in Geneva and .. Doctors end life support for French patient in ‘right-to-die’ case STRASBOURG: Doctors stopped giving food and water to French quadriplegic Vincent Lambert on Monday, lawyers said, renewing a fierce debate over the right to die that has split his family and country. The 42-year-old ..