Prosecutors Claim Huawei CFO’s Lawyers in ‘Denial’ of Facts Underlying US Fraud Case

The United States is not attempting an unlawful “territorial power grab” by trying to extradite Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou for fraud, since her alleged conduct has an “overwhelming” connection to the country and therefore should be tried in a U.S. court, Canadian prosecutors said Thursday in British Columbia Supreme Court.

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Huawei CFO Claims US Extradition Bid Violates International Law

The United States’ extradition bid for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was made in violation of international law and Canadian cooperation with the request puts it at risk of breaking international law as well, the tech executive’s defense team claimed Monday in Canada’s British Columbia Supreme Court.

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China Sanctions Britons Over West’s Xinjiang Criticism

hina slapped sanctions on several British politicians and organizations Friday after the U.K. joined the European Union and others in sanctioning Chinese officials accused of human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region. The U.K. responded by accusing China of violating human rights on an “industrial scale.”

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Federal Judge Sanctions Portland for Violent Policing

A federal judge sanctioned the city for violent protest policing Tuesday, ordering additional training for officers who shoot grenade launchers and an investigation into one officer whose actions at a June 2020 protest formed the basis for the judge to hold the city in contempt of a ruling restricting use of force.

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