Julian Assange speaks of his fear of extradition to the US

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The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has told reporters he is more worried about being extradited to the United States than he is about being sent to Sweden where he faces sex assault allegations.

The 39-year-old has been released from prison after being granted bail. One of the conditions is that he remains under virtual house arrest in Norfolk.

Assange gave an interview after leaving court and said he was still waiting to hear the detail of the allegations being made against him in Sweden.

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