Sweden drops Julian Assange rape investigation

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange hailed a Swedish decision to drop a rape probe against him, but said he won't leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he has sought refuge for the past five years as long as he remains a target in the US and UK.

Assange, appearing on a balcony at the embassy, said British police continued to seek his arrest for jumping bail in the Swedish probe, and American authorities are targeting him for extradition because of his organisation's leaks of classified documents.

"While today was an important victory and an important vindication, the war is far from over," Assange, 45, told the crowd. "The war, the proper war, is just beginning."
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