US Federal Bureau of Investigation Seeks Further Cooperation with China

The FBI, America’s federal police agency, says it is seeking increased cooperation with its Chinese counterparts, and is offering the Chinese assistance for the 2008 Olympic games. An FBI official says one obstacle to cooperation is the lack of an extradition treaty, making repatriation of wanted individuals from one country to the other more difficult. Daniel Schearf reports from Beijing. FBI Assistant Director For International Operations Thomas Fuentes says the FBI’s global reach in intelligence gathering could be of great use to China as it prepares to host the 2008 Olympic games. Full Story

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