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EXTRADITION TREATY—IRAQ. JUNE 7, 1934.

Kidnapping. 16. Kidnapping of minors or adults, defined to be the abduction or detention of a person or persons, in order to exact money from them or their families, or for any other unlawful end.

Larceny. 17. Larceny, defined to be the theft of effects, personal property, or money, exceeding in value one hundred and fifty American Dollars or forty Iraq Dinars.

Obtaining money, etc., by false pretenses. 18. Obtaining money, valuable securities or other property by false pretenses or receiving any money, valuable securities or other property knowing the same to have been unlawfully obtained, where the amount of money or the value of the property so obtained or received exceeds one hundred and fifty American Dollars or forty Iraq Dinars.

Perjury, etc. 19. Perjury or subornation of perjury.

Fraud or breach of trust. 20. Fraud or breach of trust by a bailee, banker, agent, factor trustee, executor, administrator, guardian, director, or official of any company or corporation, or by anyone in any fiduciary position where the amount of money or the value of the property misappropriated exceeds one hundred and fifty American Dollars or forty Iraq Dinars.

Bribery. 21. Bribery.

Crimes against bankruptcy laws. 22. Crimes punishable by the bankruptcy laws.

Narcotic traffic. 23. Crimes punishable by the laws for the suppression of the traffic in narcotics.

Slavery, etc. 24. Crimes punishable by the laws for the suppression of slavery and slave trading.

Accessory before or after the fact. 25. Extradition shall also take place for participation in any of the aforesaid offences as an accessory before or after the fact, provided such participation be punishable by imprisonment by the laws of both High Contracting Parties even though after the fact it may be a crime within itself and under by a particular name in the laws of either of the Contracting States.

Article III

Not applicable to political, etc., crimes. The provisions of this Treaty shall not import claim of extradition for crimes of a political character nor or acts connected with such crimes; and no person surrendered by or to either of the High Contracting Parties in virtue of this Treaty shall be tried or punished for a political crime. Attack against head of the State, etc.When the crime charged comprises the act either of murder or assassination or of poisoning, either consummated or attempted, the fact that the crime was committed or attempted against the life of the sovereign or head of a foreign state or against the life of any member of his family, shall not be deemed sufficient to sustain that such a crime was of a political character, or was an act connected with crimes of a political character.

Article IV

Prosecution limited to offense for which surrendered; condition. No person surrendered shall be tried for any crime other than that for which he was surrendered without the consent of the surrendering High Contracting Party, unless he has been at liberty to leave the country one month after the date of his trial, or, in case of conviction, after having suffered his punishment or having been pardoned.

This Article shall not be applicable to crimes committed after the surrender.