Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has appealed against a UK court ruling that would see him extradited to Sweden, where he haces charges of sexual abuse.
Reuters reported that Assange's case will go back to court following an appeal by his lawyers. The Wikileaks founder's legal team said the Supreme Court judges took in to account legal points that were not discussed in court when they denied Assange's original appeal against extradition.
The appeal is no surprise, as Assange's legal team had brought up similar concerns following the Supreme Courts original rejection of appeal two weeks ago.
Swedish authorities are trying extradite Assange to face charges of sexually assaulting two Wikileaks volunteers.
Assange is the editor-in-chief of the website Wikileaks, a site which has garnered headlines for releasing private government documents to the public.
Earlier this year Wikileaks published millions of "Shadow CIA" emails from US security publisher Stratfor. It was also responsible for publishing a trove of diplomatic cables, many of which proved embarassing for the US government.
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