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extradite

someone from some place (to some place); to have someone sent from some place to face criminal prosecution. The state's attorney sought to extradite Max from Missouri. The gang leader was extradited from Indiana to New York to face assault charges.
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Carr said if the US had wanted to extradite Assange, they could have done it during the past years while he has been in Britain, a country with which Washington has a "robust extradition arrangement".
Early March , Iran announced plans to send a delegation to Pakistan to extradite Abdo-Sattar Rigi.
For six years, Britain has been trying to extradite the radical cleric, arguing he is a threat to national security, but its efforts have been thwarted on human rights grounds.
Russia has refused Britain's request to extradite a suspect in the Alexander Litvinenko poisoning case, news reports said yesterday.
Stating that there are no exceptional circumstances to deny extradition, he said: "I am satisfied it would be neither unjust or oppressive to extradite.
But authorities in Glendale want to extradite him to the U.
Australia has a policy of refusing to extradite suspects to countries that impose the death penalty.
About half of the US Government's requests to extradite Britons under the new laws have related to businessmen.
President Jimmy Carter is expected to urge Japan to extradite former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, who is wanted in Peru on corruption and murder charges, when he visits Japan this week.
Under the measures described above, English judges could extradite British Holocaust deniers to Germany, where expressing such opinions is considered a crime.
the justice minister directs the Tokyo High Public Prosecutors Office to extradite offenders, based on requests from foreign governments.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Head of Iran's General Inspectorate Organization Nasser Seraj announced on Tuesday that the country is in talks with relevant authorities in the US and Canada to extradite its fugitive banker Mohammad Reza Khavari - a main culprit in the $2.
Prosecutor General Tala'at Abdallah issued the decision to extradite former Libyan finance official Mohamed Mansour and former Libyan Ambassador Ali Maria to Libya, state-run MENA reported.
Before being forced to leave Britain under the controversial UK-US treaty, Tappin said he had been failed by the Government, branding the decision to extradite him as a "disgrace".
Open Society Institute Regional Director for Central Asia and Caucasus Michael Hall said the court system of Kyrgyzstan may be severely damaged if the British authorities do not extradite Maxim Bakiev like in case with Nazarbaev's son-in-law Rahat Aliev.