An anonymous reader writes: Swedish prosecutors have announced that Julian Assange of WikiLeaks fame will be interviewed in Ecuador's London embassy on November 14th. A Swedish prosecutor and police investigator will be present while an Ecuadorian prosecutor asks questions on their behalf. The questions relate to rape allegations from 2010. Under Swedish law and normal procedure the case cannot continue until the suspect is interviewed after which filing charges is possible. A number of countries in Europe use a similar system.