ICC turns to Security Council over Sudan warrants

05/27/2010 | BBC

Sudan's refusal to accept arrest warrants for two citizens wanted on charges of organizing attacks on civilians has resulted in the International Criminal Court reporting the country to the United Nations Security Council. Government official Ahmed Haroun and militia leader Ali Muhammad Al Abd-Al-Rahman face 51 counts of crimes against humanity and war crimes in Darfur. ICC prosecutors will appear before the Council on June 11 to present their case and request action.

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