Assange to be a free man after guilty plea in US court

By Sarah N Lynch, Andrew Goudsward and Kanishka Singh
Updated June 25 2024 - 10:15pm, first published 10:12pm
Julian Assange boarded a flight at Stansted Airport in he UK to head to a hearing in Saipan. (EPA PHOTO)
Julian Assange boarded a flight at Stansted Airport in he UK to head to a hearing in Saipan. (EPA PHOTO)

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is due to plead guilty to violating US espionage law in a deal that will set him free after a 14-year British legal odyssey and allow his return home to Australia.

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