Ecuador's foreign minister has said it is "time to free" WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Speaking at a press conference inside the Ecuadorian embassy, Ricardo Patino Aroca said, "Two years is simply too long, it is time to free Julian Assange - it is time for his human rights to be respected."
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