As Julian Assange spends his third day inside the Ecuadoran embassy in London, the world is waiting to see if President Rafael Correa will grant asylum to the Wikileaks founder.
British authorities on Wednesday hinted that Assange could be arrested for breaking the terms of his bail, as reported in the Washington Post.
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