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Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou extradition proceedings begins and China is crazy

OTTAWA (Reuters) – On Friday, as expected, the Canadian government approved extradition proceedings against the Huawei Technologies CFO, triggering an angry reaction from China. Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei's founder, was arrested last December in Vancouver and is under house arrest. At the end of January, the US Department of Justice accused Meng and Huawei of ordering the conspiracy …

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Huawei: The US applies for the extradition of CFO Meng Wanzhou from Canada

The US has officially requested the extradition of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou from Canada, the Wall Street Journal reports. Canada said Tuesday it received a request for extradition on Tuesday, one day before January 30, USA had to file an application. Meng was arrested on December 1 during a stopover in Vancouver on suspicion of violating US trade sanctions. On …

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Meng Wanzhou, a Chinese telecommunications manager who may be subject to extradition to the US, was released on bail by the Canadian judge

Judge William Ehrcke announced his decision to bail Meng Wanzhou on Tuesday after two and a half days of hearings. Meng is the Chief Financial Officer of telecommunications giant Huawei and also the daughter of the founder. (Mfc / Ropi via ZUMA Press, File) A Canadian judge issued a bail on Tuesday against Meng Wanzhou, the Chinese telecoms executive, whose …

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Chinese executive faces trial before US extradition

In this court ruling, Meng Wanzhou (right), Chief Financial Officer of Huawei Technologies, is sitting on Friday, December 7, during a cash hearing outside the British Columbia Supreme Court in Vancouver. 2018. (Jane Wolsak / The Canadian Press on AP) A Canadian prosecutor has called on a Vancouver court to deny release to a Chinese executive in a case that …

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Neil Prakash: Turkey rejects the extradition of the Australian jihadist

Caption Neil Prakash appeared in IS propaganda videos A Turkish court has ruled against the extradition of Australia's most sought-after jihad, Neil Prakash, to face allegations of terrorism in his homeland. Prakash was arrested in 2016 after crossing from Syria to Turkey. He later confessed responsibility for terrorist groups of the Islamic State Group in Australia. In May last year, …

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N.Z. Court denies Kim Dotcom US extradition claim

Wellington (AFP) – The New Zealand Court of Appeals ruled that Kim Dotcom may be extradited to the United States on Thursday in a major setback for the Internet mogul charged with online piracy. Dotcom has asked the court to impeach two previous verdicts that the Megaupload founder and his three co-defendants should be sent to the United States to …

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Catalan ex-leader who leaves German prison after depositing a bail

FILE – In this Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, center, ousted on January 12, 2018, stands with elected Catalan MPs at his Together for Catalonia party in a park in Brussels. A German court ruled on 5 April 2018 that Carles Puigdemont could be released on bail pending a decision on his extradition to Spain. The most serious charges against him …

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Puigdemont can not be distributed on Rebellion Charge

The prosecutors had asked the district court to remand Mr. Puigdemont after he had tried and found a Spanish arrest warrant – one of several conditions that can be met before extradition. "Rebellion" has no direct correspondence in German law, the prosecution said it "basically claims to be conducting an unconstitutional referendum despite the expectation of violent unrest" Photo Messages …

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