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Turmoil in the Swedish Prosecution Authority's effort to extradite Julian Assange.
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The man who once threw a shovelful of sand at a pack of journalists has now joined their ranks.
As the number of asylum seekers on the island rises, so too do the pressures on the resources of Christmas Island.
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