The Hong Kong government is no stranger to dealing with extradition requests - and its decisions have often courted controversy.Tuesday, 11 June, 2013, 10:22am
A prominent British human rights barrister, who has fought high-profile cases in Hong Kong, has joined the legal team preparing to sue the government over its alleged role in secretly sending a Libyan dissident and his family to the torture chambers of former dictator Muammar Gaddafi.30 Dec 2012 - 4:55am 1 comment
A Libyan dissident still plans to sue the Hong Kong government for its role in his illegal rendition to his home country in 2004, despite reaching a £2 million (HK$25 million) compensation deal with Britain last week.
Lawyers for Sami al-Saadi, a vocal opponent of former dictator Muammar Gaddafi, said they would now step up their pursuit of justice in Hong Kong.16 Dec 2012 - 4:40am 1 comment
The Libyan dissident at the heart of a Hong Kong rendition case welcomed the UK's decision to compensate him yesterday, saying the "payment speaks for itself".14 Dec 2012 - 5:02am
Britain will pay more than £2 million (HK$25 million) to the family of a Libyan dissident abducted with the help of MI6 and in 2004 secretly flown from Hong Kong to Tripoli, where he was tortured.
The deal puts more pressure on justice officials to address allegations Hong Kong conspired with UK and US spy agencies.14 Dec 2012 - 4:13am
Lawyers preparing to sue the Hong Kong government over its alleged role in the extradition of a Libyan dissident say security chiefs should come clean on their role now, as it is only a matter of time before the public will find out.14 Oct 2012 - 4:13am
It was a Saturday evening, just after 8pm on March 27, 2004 when a secluded corner of Chek Lap Kok - one of the world's busiest airports - played host to a very unusual event.23 Sep 2012 - 3:17am
A senior executive with extensive operational knowledge of Hong Kong's private-jet hub says she cannot remember what happened in March 2004 when the centre is believed to have played a key role in the secret rendition of a dissident into the hands of late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's torturers.23 Sep 2012 - 3:08am 3 comments
A Libyan dissident who escaped the grip of former dictator Muammar Gaddafi by hiding on the mainland has claimed Beijing freely opened its doors to him in 2003, with a visa approval process that was "so easy".9 Sep 2012 - 4:04am
The government will deliver a 'substantive reply' this week to allegations about its controversial role in a rendition scandal which saw a Libyan terrorist suspect, his wife and four children forcibly returned to their homeland, where he faced six years of torture and persecution, in 2004.15 Jul 2012 - 12:00am