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  • {{r|International law}} {{r|International Criminal Court}}
    324 B (39 words) - 15:28, 20 June 2009
  • ...U.S. Embassies in Africa]], and is contesting [[international extradition|extradition]] from the U.K.
    261 B (36 words) - 03:19, 15 June 2009
  • ...of crime, nations should execute bilateral agreements for '''international extradition''' of persons charged with [[indictable offenses|indictable offenses]]. | title = Model Treaty on Extradition
    5 KB (767 words) - 18:26, 8 February 2011
  • ...] or [[extraordinary rendition, U.S.]]. For contrast, see [[international extradition]]. ...prisoner, from a foreign country. It can, for example, not involve formal extradition procedure before the courts, but could still involve an administrative h
    1 KB (171 words) - 18:25, 8 February 2011
  • {{r|International law}} {{r|International extradition}}
    2 KB (234 words) - 04:11, 22 October 2010
  • {{r|International law}} {{r|International extradition}}
    261 B (33 words) - 01:50, 20 February 2009
  • {{r|International law}} {{r|International extradition}}
    519 B (60 words) - 01:34, 16 March 2009
  • ...m US custody without going through the regular channels of [[international extradition]]. <ref name=USAM9>{{citation | contribution = USAM Chapter 9-15.000, International Extradition and Related Matters
    7 KB (1,037 words) - 15:53, 12 February 2011
  • ...d on 28 September 1998, and has been resisting [[international extradition|extradition]] to the [[United States]], where he was indicted for complicity in the
    735 B (106 words) - 03:23, 15 June 2009
  • {{r|International extradition}} {{r|International law enforcement}}
    1 KB (159 words) - 06:24, 4 November 2009
  • {{r|International law}} {{r|International law enforcement}}
    271 B (31 words) - 05:50, 20 February 2009
  • ...the [[Convention against Torture]] is that [[torture]], in the context of international law, is governmental. In the context of extrajudicial detention, hos ...ch offenses considered ''[[hostis humani generis]]'' such as [[piracy]] in international waters. The laws of land warfare have accepted as legal, but not civ
    28 KB (4,146 words) - 06:51, 15 June 2010
  • ..., in foreign countries, without going through a process of [[international extradition]] or warfare establishing the status of [[prisoner of war]]
    226 B (31 words) - 09:01, 27 June 2009
  • {{r|International law}} {{r|International extradition}}
    225 B (25 words) - 02:28, 29 March 2009
  • ...interest to another country, without going through formal [[international extradition]] but possibly through other administrative hearings
    250 B (32 words) - 18:45, 16 March 2009
  • ...state, without going through a formal judicial process of [[international extradition]], but not necessarily secretly or with no administrative hearing
    270 B (39 words) - 20:08, 20 February 2009
  • Sami Al Hajj is a [[cancer survivor]] and<ref name=AmnestyInternationalSamiAlHajj> | publisher=[[Amnesty International]]
    20 KB (3,044 words) - 04:17, 26 October 2013
  • {{r|International extradition}}
    673 B (86 words) - 01:54, 1 December 2009
  • {{r|Extrajudicial detention, U.S., Japanese internment||**}} {{r|International extradition}}
    965 B (119 words) - 23:46, 2 January 2010
  • {{r|International extradition}}
    1 KB (153 words) - 02:09, 12 January 2010

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