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As massive demonstrations continued over a reviled extradition bill, Hong Kong's top official issued an apology on Sunday.
The afternoon violence marked a major escalation in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory’s biggest political crisis in years.
The WikiLeaks founder was arrested in April at the Ecuadoran Embassy in London.
The WikiLeaks founder still faces extradition to the U.S. over leaks of classified information.
Assange faces an extradition charge related to WikiLeaks obtaining and releasing classified U.S. military information.
"Friendly countries don't do such things," the Russian news agency Vestnik Kavkaza quoted political analyst Andrei Yepifantsev
Dwight D. Eisenhower once said, "Accomplishment will prove to be a journey, not a destination." Although the future of the
As a New York resident and entrepreneur who would regularly broadcast his whereabouts and travel plans on social media, Kaleil questions why he was arrested while traveling on business in Colombia, just a few days before he was to return to the U.S.
Should crimes against the environment and animals be addressed by an international criminal code and prosecuted by an international tribunal, particularly if national courts are unwilling, unable or deemed inadequate?
The Albrecht family's story reads like a Kafka novel, but begins with an e-mail from former Bay Watch actress Alexandra Paul.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife said it will assist "in whatever manner requested."
Following the Italian appeals court's second murder conviction of former exchange student Amanda Knox, an agreement has been reached in which singer Justin Bieber will be extradited to Italy in place of Ms. Knox.
There are two men, both of whom, Washington is convinced, must be brought in: one to face "justice," one to escape it. And all of this is a given, nothing that needs to be explained or justified to anyone anywhere.
Has the rush to apprehend Snowden sacrificed U.S. standing as champion of the politically oppressed and the rule of law?
The only apparently meaningful leverage the U.S. government had to entice Ecuador not to grant Mr. Snowden asylum has been deftly removed, and the U.S. is now on the defensive.
Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin loves being the center of attention. And his decision not to extradite fugitive Edward Snowden to the United States has now found him at the center of an East-West standoff.