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RT News - January 11, 2017 (12:00 MSK)

Wikileaks editor Julian Assange has been granted an Ecuadorian ID card - but the country's push to resolve his case is reportedly being met with resistance from the UK government. A new UN report says Iraqi refugees are being forced to return home by the country's security forces - to areas that are still deemed dangerous. Team Trump will now be suing the people behind the infamous "Trump dossier" - that's after the release of an interview with one of the men behind the file on alleged collusion with Russia. We discuss the issue with Natalya Veselnitskaya - a Russian attorney who's mentioned in the interview, and who's accused of being a broker between Moscow and Team Trump. 

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