Young and old continue to protest in different ways.
The ban was aimed at quelling nearly 4 months of unrest but instead sparked widespread clashes.
Defence team claims 'covert criminal investigations on behalf of FBI' includes unlawful sharing of Meng Wanzhou's phone details.
Thousands, young and old, gathered peacefully on Saturday before violence broke.
Police say they know the location of the fugitive businessman.
Trudeau refuses to interfere in Meng's extradition, leaving it to the law.
Mun Chol Myong is battling the government's decision to extradite him to the US, in what his lawyer says is a highly politicised case.
The lawyers' group urges the government to act against the controversial preacher and stop giving him special treatment.
The prime minister says his Indian counterpart mentioned Zakir Naik but never asked for the preacher to be sent back.
Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar rebuts Dr Mahathir Mohamad's claim that no extradition request was made for the controversial preacher.
This issue was among many others brought up during a meeting of the two leaders in Russia.
Volodymyr Tsemakh is a key suspect in the investigation and European parliamentary members say his availability and testimony is of the utmost importance.
PKR president says he is in favour of allowing the popular evangelist to remain in Malaysia while investigations are being carried out.
The Mexican constitution does not allow the death penalty, hence its government is seeking to extradite Patrick Crusius.
Alejandro Toledo is suspected of involvement in the sprawling Odebrecht scandal in which it paid bribes to secure huge public works contracts.
New Delhi says it has been informed by Putrajaya the request is under consultation and the process will take time.
Mun Chol Myong was arrested for alleged involvement in money-laundering in breach of sanctions against Pyongyang.
Britain calls China to honour its commitments to protect Hong Kong's freedoms in view of a proposed legislation allowing extraditions to the republic.
Meng Wanzhou's lawyers claim her extradition is being sought for political purposes as opposed to legitimate law enforcement reasons.
Could the controversial preacher be an asset to the ruling coalition in the long run?
The protests against the extradition bill have become the most significant challenge to China's relationship with the territory since it was handed back by Britain 22 years ago.
Malaysia has deported dozens of foreign nationals to countries like Egypt and Saudi Arabia where justice is fleeting and torture rampant.
Julian Assange faces 18 counts in the US including conspiring to hack government computers and violating an espionage law.
The former health minister adds to criticism of the prime minister's remarks on the Indian judiciary.