Meng's lawyer, Scott Fenton, accuses the United States of having "breached its duty to be forthright and candid."
Beijing's reprisal comes after New Zealand joined countries like Canada, Australia and the UK in ending extradition agreements in response to China's national security law on the territory.
Hundreds of foreign Daesh suspects are in detention in Turkey. Ankara began sending them home last week.
The 48 year-old Australian citizen Julian Assange has repeatedly denied the allegation against him, made in 2010.
Julian Assange faces the next stage of a US attempt to try him on espionage charges after Britain's interior minister said he had validated the American extradition request.
Hundreds of thousands protest new laws that allow the extradition of convicts to other Chinese territories.
The city's pro-Beijing leaders are pushing a bill through the legislature that would allow extraditions to any jurisdiction with which it does not already have a treaty — including mainland China for the first time.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange tells a court he would oppose extradition to the United States as the legal process begins in London, a day after he was jailed for breaching his bail conditions in a former case.
British police whisked away WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy where he was holed up for nearly seven years.
Hakeem al Araibi's rejection of extradition means a trial will be held to determine whether Thai authorities will send him to Bahrain, where he fears he is at risk or torture.
Chinese foreign ministry said the case of arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was an abuse of extradition convention, and called on the US to withdraw the request.
Washington is reportedly assessing the possibility of extraditing Fetullah Gulen, one of Turkey's most wanted fugitives. But can the Trump administration really put Gulen on the deportation trial?
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