Julian Assange Denied Bail After Arrest

LONDON—WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was denied bail at a court hearing following his arrest in the U.K. early Tuesday on an international warrant related to sexual-assault allegations in Sweden.

A judge at London’s Westminster Magistrates Court ordered Mr. Assange remanded into custody until Dec. 14. Bail was denied Mr. Assange despite offers from several individuals including filmmaker Ken Loach, English socialite Jemima Khan and documentary filmmaker John Pilger–to post £20,000 ($31,444) each for his bail.

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