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Sudanese Military Council Won't Extradite Bashir

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The Sudanese military ousted longtime president and strongman Omar al-Bashir on Thursday, but a transitional council says it will not extradite him. However, Reuters reports the head of the council’s political committee said on Friday that Bashir could be tried in Sudan. The International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for Bashir for alleged war crimes.

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