Assange faces Sweden 'rape' questions in Ecuadorean embassy
Sweden's chief prosecutor has arrived at the Ecuadorean embassy in London to question the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange about a rape allegation.
He denies the allegation that he raped a Swedish woman in 2010.
Swedish prosecutor Ingrid Isgren will listen as an Ecuadorean prosecutor puts the questions to Mr Assange.
He took refuge in the embassy four years ago, fearing extradition. He says the sex was consensual and believes the allegations are politically motivated.
The accusations relate to a visit Mr Assange made to Stockholm in August 2010 to give a lecture.
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