Tags: Darfur, Sudan, genocide, President Omar Al-Bashur, International Criminal Court, justice, migration
July 25, 2008
The International Criminal Court charged Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashur with genocide against ethnic African tribes in Darfur and it has requested his arrest. Some 300,000 people have died in Darfur at his hands and 2 million have left their homes as refuges. Sudan;s Arab government has met with the Arab League . One League member called the indictment"a grave and inacceptable interference". The Court can only arrest Al-Basir if he leaves Sudan.
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(For some time now Al-Basir has refused to let U.N. forces help these people.)