FIFA scandal: Trinidad receives extradition papers for Jack Warner
FIFA scandal: Trinidad receives extradition papers for Jack Warner

The official documents from the United States government requesting the extradition of former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner have been received by Trinidad and Tobago`s Attorney General Garvin Nicholas.

HC seeks govt's reply on French woman plea against extradition

Delhi High Court on Monday sought the government's response on a plea by a French woman challenging the government's decision to extradite her after ratifying a 118-year-old treaty on charges that she had participated in a Chilean senator's killing in 1991.

FIFA official to remain in custody pending extradition: Swiss court
FIFA official to remain in custody pending extradition: Swiss court

A Swiss court said Friday it had rejected an appeal filed by one of seven football officials arrested in Zurich last month demanding that he be released from custody pending extradition proceedings.

FIFA official has bail request turned down: Swiss court
FIFA official has bail request turned down: Swiss court

One of seven soccer officials arrested in Zurich last month on suspicion of racketeering following a U.S. extradition request has had a request for bail rejected, with a Swiss court saying on Friday he posed a "risk of flight".

No bail to French woman accused in Chilean senator killing: HC

Delhi High Court on Monday refused to grant interim bail to a French woman facing extradition to Chile for her alleged participation in the assassination of Chilean senator Jaime Guzman Errazuriz on April 1, 1991.

Extraditing 1982 Paris attack suspect from Jordan `difficult`

 Extraditing to France the suspected mastermind of a deadly attack on a Paris Jewish restaurant in 1982 may prove difficult, a Jordanian source close to the case said on Thursday.

FIFA scandal: Fugitive Argentines refuse to surrender
FIFA scandal: Fugitive Argentines refuse to surrender

Two Argentine businessmen wanted on US charges of bribing FIFA officials refuse to surrender and demand they be allowed to remain free while they fight extradition, their lawyers said Thursday.

Former Portsmouth FC owner Vladimir Antonov loses extradition case
Former Portsmouth FC owner Vladimir Antonov loses extradition case

The former owner of English football club Portsmouth on Wednesday lost a High Court bid to avoid extradition to Lithuania, where he faces £400 million ($608 million, 540 million euros) fraud charges.

Wanted by the US, Roman Polanski gets film award in Poland

Filmmaker Roman Polanski has received a film award and pressed his palms into plaster for the hall of independent cinema stars in Krakow the same Polish city where a court is weighing a US request for his extradition.

Ukrainian tycoon Firtash escapes extradition to US

An Austrian court refused on Thursday to extradite Ukrainian industrialist Dmytro Firtash to the United States, accepting his argument that political motivations lay behind U.S. efforts to try him on corruption charges.

Polanski appears in Polish court for extradition hearing

Filmmaker Roman Polanski appeared in a Polish court on Wednesday at a hearing to consider a US request for his extradition over a 1977 child sex crime conviction.

UK court orders ex-mafia boss extradited to Italy

A British court on Friday ordered the extradition to Italy of a former Sicilian mafia boss who has lived under a pseudonym in a London suburb for 20 years.

Europe court backs extradition of mentally ill British suspect

The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday backed the extradition of a mentally ill British man accused of setting up a jihadist training camp in the United States.

Belgium charges terror suspect extradited from Greece

Belgian authorities charged an Algerian man with terrorism offences on Thursday after he was extradited from Greece over a plot to kill police, prosecutors said.

Dutch can extradite Russian `megahacker` to US: Court

 A Dutch court ruled on Tuesday that a Russian accused of one of the largest US corporate hacks of more than 160 million credit card details can be extradited to the US.

Roman Polanski says trusts Polish Judiciary System amidst extradition request

Roman Polanski has revealed that he trusts the Polish Judiciary System and that he will cooperate with the authorities as they deal with the latest extradition request from the U.S.

Former Punjab CM Beant Singh's assassin Tara to challenge extradition

US-based rights group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) has hired top Thai attorneys help former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh's assassin and Khalistan Tiger Force commander Jagtar Singh 'Tara' challenge the Thai Criminal Court's order to extradite him to India.

China presents US with list of alleged fugitives

China has provided the US with a list of alleged fugitives amid a campaign to track down corrupt officials and others who have fled abroad, the State Department's representative to recent law enforcement talks said on Friday.

Egypt issues law on extradition of foreign defendants

 President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi decreed a law Wednesday on the extradition of foreign defendants sentenced or charged in Egypt, after an international uproar over the detention of Al-Jazeera journalists.

Delhi HC reserves order on Indian priest's plea against extradition

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday reserved its verdict on a plea challenging a trial court order recommending extradition to US of an Indian Catholic priest accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in that country during his stay in 2004.