Extradition trong tin tức
Ví dụ collocations
|extradition request||Yêu cầu dẫn độ|
|extradition treaty||Hiệp ước trao trả|
Các ấn phẩm và câu ví dụ
The Japan Times
· ‘City on Fire’ shows a beaten, divided Hong Kong fighting for its identity →
In smooth, heady prose that blends legal scholarship with the romanticism of a battle for independence, Dapiran shows what he calls “a fight for the very soul of Hong Kong,” from the spark of a contested extradition bill — provoked by a murder committed by a Hong Kong man in Taiwan — to the escalation of nearly 7,000 arrests and a shutdown of the airport and legislature.
· Macron demands Iran release French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah →
Marchal was freed and returned to France in March after French authorities released Iranian engineer Jallal Rohollahnejad, who risked extradition to the United States on accusations of violating sanctions.
· Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner 'had moved to Portugal to flee prison sentence' in Germany →
He claims his extradition to Germany under a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) was unlawful because it related to the drug charge rather than the rape.
· Lessons for American Police From Hong Kong →
Just days prior to the June 12 protest, hundreds of thousands of Hong Kongers had taken to the streets against proposed legislation that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China, worried and angry about the threat posed to the territory’s semiautonomous status.
· French-Iranian academic marks one year imprisoned in Iran →
Marchal was freed and returned to France in March after France released Iranian engineer Jalal Rohollahnejad, who risked extradition to the United States on accusations of violating sanctions.
· Anger as French-Iranian academic marks one year in Iranian prison →
Marchal was freed and returned to France in March after France released Iranian engineer Jallal Rohollahnejad, who risked extradition to the United States on accusations of violating sanctions.
· German suspect in 'Maddie' case is repeat sex offender →
However, this sentence has not yet been finalised pending a dispute about extradition technicalities.
Hong Kong Free Press
· How Hong Kong’s national security legislation may affect the church →
It has been well documented that both the 2014 Occupy Central action and the current protest movement arising out of the now withdrawn extradition bill have been well supported by a significant number of young Christians.
· Hong Kong defies ban to honor Tiananmen Square massacre victims →
Shortly after last year’s Tiananmen Square vigil, Hong Kong erupted into protests against a controversial extradition bill that many saw as an attempt by Beijing to restrict Hong Kong’s freedoms.
· National Security Laws in General Are Not a Problem. Hong Kong’s Is. →
It was just last year, after months of protests, both civil and uncivil, that the HKSAR government finally withdrew the proposed extradition bill.