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(Newser) – Canada is allowing Huawei's CFO to be extradited to the US—but that doesn't mean she'll be extradited anytime soon. Mere hours before the deadline to decide, Canadian officials said Friday that US charges against Meng Wanzhou have met conditions for her extradition, the CBC reports. But the process for her extradition will likely take months or even years as US charges are presented to her legal team, a judge considers the extradition, and the minister of justice makes a final decision, per the Toronto Star; appeals could drag things out even further, a security expert tells the Globe & Mail.

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