ICC looks to Security Council on Sudan warrants

06/11/2010 | AlertNet

Prosecutors from the International Criminal Court will request help from the United Nations Security Council today in exercising the arrest warrants for two Sudanese citizens wanted for war crimes. The ICC issued warrants for politician Ahmed Haroun and militia leader Ali Kushayb in 2007 for ordering the killing of civilians. The council is expected to consider the request Monday.

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