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Wikileak founder's passport confiscated
Julian Assange, the founder of the whistleblower website Wikileaks, has had his passport confiscated by immigration officials when he arrived at Melbourne Airport last week.
According to reports, the passport was returned to him after about 15 minutes, but Assange was told by authorities that his passport was going to be cancelled because it was looking worn.
But Assange told the Australian current affairs program Dateline that he has since received a letter from the Australian Communication Minister Steven Conroy
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