Peru president asks Trump to consider deporting wanted ex-leader

By REUTERS
February 13, 2017 03:24

 
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Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski asked US President Donald Trump in a phone call to consider deporting the Andean country's fugitive ex-president, Alejandro Toledo, Kuczynski said in a statement on Sunday.

Kuczynski's government said earlier on Sunday that Toledo, wanted in connection with a far-reaching graft probe, was likely in the United States but that efforts to capture him there have stalled on legal hurdles.

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