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New Zealand court rules against extradition to China

Deutsche Welle Tuesday, 11 June 2019
In a landmark case, the court of appeal ruled New Zealand's justice minister must address the evidence of torture in China. The ruling would 'resonate throughout the Common Law world,' the plaintiff's lawyer said.
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