Ecuador clarifies its invitation to Julian Assange
By: Bill O'ReillyDecember 1, 2010
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Los Angeles Times: Ecuador has clarified an invitation made by a government official welcoming WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the country. President Rafael Correa said in a statement late Tuesday that the comments by a deputy foreign minister, Kintto Lucas, were "personal" and not an official invitation. "Kintto Lucas's quoted comment was a spontaneous, personal response to a question from a local journalist and garnered attention due to the high international interest in the WikiLeaks story," the Ecuadoran embassy in Washington, D.C., said in a statement.
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