Extradition, or releasing a suspect from one country to another for purposes of criminal investigation or sentencing, is generally a matter of diplomacy and a gesture of goodwill from one country to another. But arrangements can also be formalized in treaties between nations. The U.S. has extradition treaties with many countries; here is a current list.
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