Rafael Correa criticized the Guardian’s story, which has prompted debate about Ecuador’s spending on the WikiLeaks founder

The former president of Ecuador Rafael Correa has defended a multi-million dollar spy operation to protect Julian Assange in the country’s London embassy after an investigation by the Guardian revealed that his government had employed an international security company and undercover agents during much of the Australian’s six-year stay.

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