An Aug. 14, 2010 photo from files showing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange at a seminar held by the labour union in Stockholm. (Bertil Ericson/Scanpix via AP)
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces questioning by prosecutors Monday at the Ecuadoran embassy in London in a twist in the long-running legal battle over a rape allegation against him.An Ecuadoran prosecutor will quiz the founder of the secret-spilling website at the red-brick building where he has been holed up for more than four years, with Swedish prosecutor Ingrid Isgren and a Swedish police inspector also attending, officials said.The 45-year-old Australian sought refuge in the central London embassy in June 2012 after Swedish prosecutors issued a European arrest warrant against him, over allegations of rape and sexual assault filed by two women who met Assange during a 2010 trip to Sweden.Swedish prosecutors dropped the sexual assault probe last year after the five-year statute of limitations expired.
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