WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has declared an "important victory" after Swedish prosecutors dropped a rape investigation against him. His statement came after Sweden's top prosecutor dropped an investigation into a rape claim against him. In a rare public appearance at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, Assange told the press that despite the victory, the proper war is just commencing. He said he's happy to engage with the US Justice Department and WikiLeaks will continue its publications. Assange also said that he has the right to asylum and it's untenable for the UK to arrest him for seeking asylum.

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