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What does al-Bashir's arrest warrant mean for Sudan?

Earlier this month, Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, addressed a rally in Darfur, the region in which the International Criminal Court (ICC) has accused him of carrying out war crimes. He has responded defiantly to the ICC arrest warrant and expelled 13 aid groups from the country. What will the ICC's move, and the Sudanese government's response, mean for the people of Sudan? Will this further destabilise the country or facilitate progress?

Published: 28 Apr 2009 06:07 GMT
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