South China Morning PostAccused of genocide, Sudan's president clocks up air miles despite international arrest warrantSouth China Morning PostFor a man with an international arrest warrant hanging over his head on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir gets around. In March, he flew to Indonesia to attend an Islamic summit and to Egypt for an ...International Court Urges Uganda to Arrest Sudan President BashirVoice of AmericaSudanese President Al-Bashir must be arrested in Uganda and surrendered to the ICCAmnesty International USAall 90 news articles » read whole article

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