Internet Renegade Kim Dotcom Loses Appeal on Extradition to US

  1. Internet Renegade Kim Dotcom Loses Appeal on Extradition to US  New York Times
  2. Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the US, New Zealand court rules  CNN
  3. Kim Dotcom loses latest appeal to avoid extradition to US  CBS News
  4. Kim Dotcom to seek Supreme Court appeal against extradition to US after appeal court’s ‘toilet paper’ judgement  TVNZ
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Kim Dotcom, Megaupload founder, can face U.S. extradition: New Zealand court

Kim Dotcom, Megaupload founder, can face U.S. extradition: New Zealand courtInternet entrepreneur and Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the United States to face racketeering and criminal copyright charges, New Zealand’s Court of Appeal ruled on Thursday. It upheld a lower court ruling in 2017 that the extradition could take place, and set the stage for Dotcom’s final appeal to the Supreme Court, the country’s highest judicial body.


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Croatia blocks extradition of suspect in Hamas murder

Croatia blocks extradition of suspect in Hamas murderCroatia’s top court on Monday blocked the extradition of a Bosnian man to Tunisia over the alleged murder of an aerospace engineer, described by the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas as one of its members. Mohamed Zaouari, 49, was killed in a hail of bullets outside his house in the Tunisian city of Sfax in December 2016. “The Supreme court accepted the appeal of the suspect… and rejected the request for extradition from the Republic of Tunisia,” the court said in a statement.


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Najib Razak Is Barred From Leaving Malaysia Over Extradition Fears

  1. Najib Razak Is Barred From Leaving Malaysia Over Extradition Fears  New York Times
  2. The Latest: Defeated Malaysian leader resigns from his party  Washington Post
  3. Malaysia’s Ex-Leader Najib Razak Quits Party After Election Loss  Wall Street Journal
  4. Malaysia Election: Voter turnout at more than 70 per cent as polls close in tight race  The Straits Times
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