South Africa Argues It Wasn't Obliged To Arrest Al-Bashir

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Attorneys for South Africa have defended the country at the International Criminal Court. They claim the country did nothing wrong - by allowing Sudan's president into South Africa in June 2015. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir is wanted for genocide and war crimes by the ICC. However, South Africa maintains that it had no legal obligation to arrest him. Our Europe correspondent Kevin Ozebek is tracking this story from Brussels.
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