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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has lost his appeal against his extradition to Sweden.
Britain's High Court in London has upheld a ruling that Assange should be sent to face questioning by Swedish authorities over claims of sexual assault against two women.
The Australian-born head of the whistle-blowing website has been fighting a legal battle since his arrest in London on a European arrest warrant in December last year.
After Wednesday's decision, Assange's lawyers have the option of trying to have the case heard in the Supreme Court - the last court of appeal in the United Kingdom.
Otherwise, Assange, 40, could be sent to Sweden within the next fortnight.