Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir (C) waves to his supporters at the airport in the capital Khartoum, Sudan June 15, 2015, on arrival after attending an African Union conference in Johannesburg South Africa. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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South Africa's government will review its membership of the International Criminal Court over a dispute about Pretoria's failure to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, a cabinet minister said Thursday.The diplomatic row dates from June 15 when Bashir flew out of South Africa as world powers and activists urged the government to arrest him and has exposed a growing rift between Africa and developed nations over the role of the ICC. Radebe said South Africa, which will formally discuss its concerns with the ICC, would prepare a report citing specific articles of the statute that established the ICC.The ICC is "dangerous" and South Africa should withdraw from it, Gwede Mantashe, secretary general of the ruling African National Congress, said Monday.
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