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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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The refusal to extradite Khavari is one of the biggest transgressions and hostilities of Canada towards Iran since Canada should have extradited Khavari to Iran based on the international laws pertaining to the extradition of criminals, but it didn't and this is a crime in itself," Zohreh Tabibzadeh, an Iranian lawmaker, told FNA in 2012.
Valentine did not address what a nation may do under the relevant treaty language, but rather which governmental actors within the United States government are empowered (or not) to use their discretion to extradite U.
Shortly after his arrest Human Rights Watch called on Egypt to not extradite Qaddaf al-Dam unless "Libya credibly guarantees that it has ended the risk of torture or ill-treatment in detention".
Syamsuddin also added that Indonesia would like to see Australia extradite Adrian Kiki Ariawan, a former Bank Surya chief who in 2002 was convicted in absentia of corruption and embezzlement over a $200 million fraud.
And, they let him go, they didn't extradite him on humanitarian grounds, whereas they want to extradite Julian Assange for not using a condom, for the love of God, Correa said.
Assange having exhausted all options of appeal, the British authorities are under a binding obligation to extradite him to Sweden.
Russia and Israel for example will not extradite their own citizens," she said.
If the US wants to extradite a person from the UK, little, if any, evidence of the allegations is required.
The prosecutor-general has decided to keep Mahmoudi in prison after receiving a request to extradite him to Libya," his lawyer, Mabrouk Korchid, told Reuters.
As a party to the Convention Against Torture, Senegal may not extradite a
Going by some of the media coverage and commentary on the Davy case, one would think that other countries extradite their people whenever New Delhi crooks a finger.
Sergei Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister, said earlier in the week that he expected Poland to arrest and extradite Zakayev if he arrived in the country.
Summary: Dakar - A Senegalese court agreed, on Thursday, to extradite three Moroccans, arrested a few weeks ago in Dakar (capital of Senegal), on charges of terrorism.
International law does not impose a duty on nations to extradite criminals, but the United States, along with most other countries, has imposed such an obligation through individually-negotiated bilateral treaties.
The Strasbourg court said yesterday that it had asked Britain not to extradite Abu Hamza until it had given "due consideration to the matter".