Interpol issues 'red notice' for WikiLeaks founder

Interpol issued a "red notice" Tuesday for Julian Assange, the founder of the website WikiLeaks. Assange is wanted in Sweden on suspicion of sexual crimes.
The red notice asks people to contact police if they have information about Assange's whereabouts, the British Broadcasting Corporation said.
Assange's current whereabouts are unknown. He moves regularly from country to country, Reuters said.
"He's my son and I love him and obviously I don't want him hunted down and jailed," Christine Assange, his mother, said. "I'm reacting as any mother would. I'm distressed."

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