Hong Kong People Oppose Returning Snowden to U.S., Poll Shows Hong Kong residents would oppose any demand for extradition of Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who fled to the city after exposing a U.S. surveillance program, according to a poll published today.
June 16, 2013 - Bloomberg
Jordan removes last hurdle to cleric's extradition from UK AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordan has removed the last hurdle preventing Britain from sending radical cleric Abu Qatada back home for trial by approving an extradition treaty satisfying British concerns about evidence used against him, officials said on Wednesday. The British government has for years been unable to deport Abu Qatada back to his native Jordan, where he is wanted on alleged terrorism ...
June 12, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
Roman Polanski in Variety I can no longer remain silent because the United States continues to demand my extradition more to serve me on a platter to the media of the world than to pronounce a judgment concerning which an agreement was reached 33 years ago,Polanski...
David Miliband in Reuters UK We are disappointed that the Russian government should have signalled no new cooperation in the case of the extradition of Mr Andrei Lugovoy for the alleged murder of Alexander Litvinenko,Foreign Secretary David Miliband said.
Philip Ruddock in Reuters India In relation to extradition, Australia would not normally surrender a person for extradition where there were outstanding matters that had to be dealt with here,Ruddock told Channel Ten's "Meet the Press" programme.