extradition

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Synonyms for extradition

enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

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the surrender of an accused or convicted person by one state or country to another (usually under the provisions of a statute or treaty)

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US Ambassador to the Dominican Republic James Brewster said that signing the extradition treaty was a "historic achievement.
But, New Zealand faces a dilemma in entertaining the Chinese request because there is no formal extradition treaty with China.
Currently, among the countries where the Philippines have a standing extradition treaty are Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea, Micronesia, Switzerland, Thailand, and the USA.
has had an extradition treaty with Italy since 1984 and has denied at least several requests since then.
Britain does not have an extradition treaty with the north.
While addressing the media, the Bangladesh Home Minister said that his government was determined to not allow Indian militants to take shelter in their territory and hence, had signed an extradition treaty.
The killers fled to Pakistan, while the Britain had no extradition treaty with Pakistan.
6) Alvarez-Machain challenged jurisdiction, asserting that he was illegally before the California court, but the Supreme Court held that absent explicit language in the extradition treaty between Mexico and the United States withdrawing jurisdiction resulting from transborder kidnapping, circumventing an extradition treaty does not itself violate the treaty.
After more than 20 years of negotiations, India and Thailand on Thursday signed the muchanticipated extradition treaty, providing the legal framework for the extradition of fugitive offenders, including those involved in terrorism, transnational crimes and economic offences.
The extradition treaty was inked in the presence of the Minister of Justice Dr.
Tokyo and Seoul have an extradition treaty that requires them in principle to hand over criminal suspects when requested, but its provision says such a request shall be denied when the suspect is deemed subject to prosecution for a political offense.
He said: "The problem is that Morocco is one of those countries with which the United Kingdom does not have an extradition treaty.
But the Government is under pressure to ignore its findings after MPs called on ministers to bring forward new laws and attempt to change the UK-US extradition treaty.
Wayne Smith, 38, fled with girlfriend Julie Skelding, 40, to the Turkish-controlled part of the island - which has no extradition treaty with the UK - before Smith was convicted of causing death by dangerous driving and pervert-ing justice.
The DR does not have an extradition treaty with Britain.