Belgian Court Rejects Move to Extradite Ex-Catalan Minister

A Belgian court on Friday rejected Spain’s demand to have a former high-ranking politician from the region of Catalonia extradited, in yet another set back for the country’s efforts to try several officials in exile over their alleged roles in an independence referendum that Madrid branded as illegal.

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Canadian Judge Finds Key Extradition Standard Met for Huawei Executive

Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou should face extradition proceedings initiated by the United States, a Canadian court ruled Wednesday, finding the Chinese telecom executive’s alleged misrepresentations to HSBC about an Iranian subsidiary in 2013 pass the crucial “double-criminality” test under Canada’s Extradition Act.

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Ex-Peru President to Remain Jailed Pending Extradition in Bribery Case

Despite testimony that he is at “grave risk” of mental and physical decline in a semi-isolated jail unit, a federal judge on Wednesday refused to release a former Peruvian president on house arrest pending his potential extradition on corruption charges.

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