a well known terrorist was killed. I am at a loss why AU felt it was appropriate time to take a stand? Let's say tomorrow it is exposed that the said terrorist was hunted down by own people for digressions in hotels with escorts. Would you expect AU to apologies for acting on allegations devoid of any evidence over widely publicized suspicions and "opinion" of one guy? In other words, AU politicians just signed off that you can prosecute a state in press and sentence it without any evidence. Is that the "standard of international behavior" we should follow? This is so wrong, don't you think we all should be up in arms and not allow similar potential imbroglio in the future?
Mexico approves U.S. extradition warrant for fugitive kingpin 'El Chapo' (Reuters)