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extradite

see EXTRADITION.
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Then interior minister Neoclis Sylikiotis reportedly pondered deferring to Germany's examination of Konovalova's request for asylum, prompting Loizidou's apparent nervousness as this would preclude her from influencing the decision to extradite.
Pena Nieto said then that he wanted  to extradite the drug king pin (http://www.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd will have until November 15 to decide whether to extradite Mr Love.
He pointed to his meetings with representatives of four countries, and said, "The Western countries should extradite the convicts and the cash.
The Malaysian Home Ministry agreed last year to extradite Ravan to the United States.
On the one hand, under pressure from public opinion, Washington must have made preparations in case it can't extradite Snowden.
Both nations have agreed to extradite any person sought by a country's authorities for trial or punishment for offences in accordance with the provisions of the treaty.
In 2010, a Spanish court agreed to extradite Kalashov to Georgia following the completion of his prison term in Spain in the summer of 2013.
Egypt's Administrative Court ruled last week not to extradite Qaddaf al-Dam, who is the cousin of deceased former Libyan president Muammar Gaddafi.
In 2011, a Danish court refused to extradite Davy to India citing widespread human rights violations in Indian prisons.