U.S. Bemoans South Africa's Extradition of Mozambique's Chang

The U.S. is up in arms over South Africa's decision to extradite former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang back to his country, after his arrest at OR International Airport in Gauteng in December 2018 for alleged money laundering and other corruption charges, that brought his country's economy to near collapse. He is also wanted in the U.S. for his alleged involvement in financial crimes totalling U.S.$2 billion.

Mozambique's former finance minister Manuel Chang (file photo)


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