AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The International Criminal Court ruled on Monday that Sudan had failed to cooperate in its war crimes investigation of President Omar al-Bashir and it plans to inform the United Nations Security Council.
The court, which investigates war crimes and grave violations of human rights, issued an arrest warrant for al-Bashir in March 2009. He is suspected of crimes including alleged genocide in Darfur province, but rejects the court's authority.
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