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Your questions to Julian Assange

Ben Allen | 12:17 UK time, Friday, 28 October 2011


Today on BBC World News TV the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, will be taking your questions live on-air.

The whistle-blowing website has released information from a variety of countries but it's perhaps most famous for publishing three batches of US government documents relating to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as thousands of diplomatic cables.

Many of you have already been in touch about the documents; the lack of redactions, the motivation and the consequences of their release but there are also other things to talk about. Julian Assange has become a controversial figure, I notice a few posts on Facebook talking about him as a person and his motivations.

Also, questions over the future financing of wikileaks has been raised this week. You may have also read in the past 24hrs that a date has been set for the ruling on Mr Assange's bid to block extradition to Sweden.

We'll be broadcasting live from 15.00GMT. If you'd like to ask him a question you can post below or our Facebook page.

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