When Julian Assange, founder of the document-leaking Website WikiLeaks, surrendered to authorities in London today, he was among those listed by Interpol as "Most Wanted."

Assange, who is facing sex charges in Sweden, became the subject of an international manhunt, after the agency issued a "red notice," a warrant indicating the person should be arrested with a view toward extradition.

The red notice for the 39-year-old Australian was issued to law enforcement in all 188 Interpol member countries on Nov. 20.

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