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Published: Friday 30 August, 2013

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If Julian Assange ever makes it to Ecuador he m shop clothes ay be able to catch shop clothes up with fellow whistleblower Edward Snowden.



Australianborn Assange has encouraged Snowden to seek asylum in South America and Ecuadorean Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino on Monday said his country would consider such a request.



If he applies for asylum in Ecuador, if he applies t shop clothes o our government, then of course we shall analyse the situation, Mr Patino told reporters in London.



Shouldering its full responsibility, the Ecuadorean government will analyse the request.



Mr Patino on Monday met his British counterpart William Hague in an unsuccessful attempt to resolve the deadlock which has seen Assange stuck inside Ecuadors London embassy for almost a year.



Assange has been granted political asylum by the South American country but wont leave the embassy because he faces extradition to Sweden over sexual assault allegations.



The former hacker is worried hell then be handed over to the US.



Snowden, a former CIA technical assistant, went to ground in Hong Kong after leaking information on the US governments monitoring of internet use and phone records.



Prominent Australian barrister Geoffrey Robertson last week suggested the US citizen, 29, should seek refuge in pleasant New Zealand.



But Assange on Friday told reporters, including AAP, that Mr Robertson was wrong.



New Zealand is a great place but its part of the US intelligence sharing alliance, the 41yearold said, adding Snowden was a hero for exposing the mass surveillance of everyone who uses the internet. shop clothes

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