WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange waiting for International Arrest Warrant

Police know where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is camping about in Britain but have not given him an international arrest warrant, a British newspaper reported Thursday.

WikiLeaks, the organization who released nearly 250,000 secret U.S. diplomatic wires, which could lead to damage in diplomatic relations around the world reported The Christian Science Monitor.

A British newspaper reported that police have not authorized Assange's arrest because officials are still seeking "clarification" about his Swedish arrest warrant.

The Washington Post reported that Assange is considering asking for asylum in Switzerland, but for a country keeping secrets, it seems an unlikely solution.

The release has been called "an attack on the international community." said U.S
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The next big project for WikiLeaks is to reveal the confidential documents of a major bank, believed to be Bank of America.

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