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extradite

see EXTRADITION.
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Both Prime Minister David Cameron and his deputy Nick Clegg previously condemned plans to extradite Mr McKinnon, to the US.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague said that his government was obliged under its own laws to extradite Assange to Sweden, the report added.
I ve received no hint that they have got a plan to extradite him to the US," Carr told ABC radio.
Greek police want to extradite him but have not yet asked him 'Where were you that night?
Warwickshire Police travelled to eastern Europe this week to extradite him.
That could complicate any future efforts to extradite suspects from Armenia, if a treaty gets negotiated.
The move is expected to put more pressure on Japan to extradite Fujimori, who has been in self-imposed exile in Japan since November 2000.
Current EU legislation stipulates that a country that has abolished capital punishment cannot extradite a suspect to another country if the offence carries the death penalty.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Tehran and Islamabad are holding meetings to extradite to Iran the recently captured terrorist leader, Abdo-Sattar Rigi, whose notorious brother Abdolmalek Rigi led the Jundollah terrorist group and was arrested and executed by Iran in early 2011.
Hundred of Libyans protested outside the Egyptian embassy in Tripoli on Saturday, demanding that Egypt extradite Ahmed Qaddaf al-Dam to face trial in Libya.
He is the latest of several alleged smugglers the United States has pursued abroad and is trying to extradite to the United States for trial.