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Julian Assange is back in court fighting his extradition to Sweden.
WikiLeaks stops publishing to focus on raising funds.
Ecuador's Foreign ministry said is considering his case.
Police are standing by outside the Ecuadorian Embassy, where Assange is currently.
Ecuador President Rafael Correa is considering Julian Assange's petition for asylum, saying the WikiLeaks founder's charges could be political persecution.
Police served an extradition notice Thursday to the WikiLeaks founder, who has taken refuge in Ecuador's London embassy while requesting asylum.
Ecuador's ambassador in Washington says the recriminations for sheltering the Wikileaks founder are already being felt.
The US has said that Assange's fate is in the hands of Britain, Sweden, and Ecuador.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, centre, arrives at the High Court in central London, on July 12, 2011.