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Unprecedented civil union unites Brazilian trioupdated: Fri Aug 31 2012 08:02:00

Brazilian public notary Claudia do Nascimento Domingues set off a firestorm by granting Brazil's first civil union to a trio, an act so unprecedented that there isn't a word for it in Portuguese.

Apple verdict: Set to stifle or spur innovation?updated: Thu Aug 30 2012 11:13:00

In the wake of Apple's patent infringement victory over Samsung, many are asking: "What are the practical implications and repercussions of the verdict?"

Should Google be running scared from Apple?updated: Tue Aug 28 2012 10:39:00

Apple sue us next? Not a chance.

Samsung to fight court ruling in Apple patent dispute updated: Sat Aug 25 2012 10:54:00

Samsung plans to challenge a U.S. court ruling that recommends more than $1 billion in damages to Apple over a patent dispute.

Apple vs. Samsung legal warupdated: Fri Aug 24 2012 10:57:00

Dan Simon on the patent dispute between Apple and Samsung, which is now in the hands of a California jury.

Martin Luther King Jr. interview found in Tennessee atticupdated: Wed Aug 22 2012 02:38:00

In a dusty old attic in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Stephon Tull was rummaging through dilapidated boxes left there by his father many years before, when he came across an interesting find.

Assange and diplomatic asylum: A primerupdated: Fri Aug 17 2012 16:10:00

When we think about asylum, the picture that most people draw in their heads is of some persecuted person crossing a border to a safe country and pleading his or her case.

When are drone killings illegal?updated: Thu Aug 16 2012 11:12:00

The Bush and Obama administrations' extraordinary program of targeted killing has resulted in the deaths of as many as 4,400 people to date. Books such as Daniel Klaidman's "Kill or Capture" and David E. Sanger's "Confront and Conceal" are appearing thick and fast, focusing on the program and particularly on the use of drones to carry it out.

'Drones completely counterproductive'updated: Thu Aug 16 2012 11:12:00

Pakistan's ambassador to the U.S., Sherry Rehman, says the drone program is counterproductive to all her country's goals.

Did Romney enable a company's abusive tax shelter?updated: Thu Aug 09 2012 18:24:00

Mitt Romney's refusal to release tax returns in the critical years of his income accumulation has done little to dispel the legitimate concern that arises from hints buried in his scant disclosure to date: Did he augment his wealth through highly aggressive tax stratagems of questionable validity?

Civil rights advocates talk voting lawsupdated: Tue Aug 07 2012 08:32:00

Martin Luther King III and Amb. Andrew Young discuss their efforts to make voting more accessible to Americans.

U.S. voting rights under siegeupdated: Mon Aug 06 2012 17:11:00

Viviette Applewhite, a 93-year-old African-American woman from Philadelphia, suddenly cannot vote. Although she once marched with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. for the right to do so, and has dutifully cast a ballot for five decades, in this election year she may be denied this basic right. Under Pennsylvania's new voter ID law, Applewhite is no longer considered eligible.

Gadhafi's son seeks waiver of travel ban, lawyer saysupdated: Tue Jul 31 2012 07:09:00

Saadi Gadhafi, one of the late Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi's sons, has asked the United Nations to let him travel outside the African nation of Niger, his lawyer says.

Blocking construction of Chick-fil-Aupdated: Tue Jul 31 2012 05:38:00

Erin Burnett talks to a city official who doesn't want Chick-fil-A in his district because of its stance on gay marriage.

Chick-fil-A and free speechupdated: Tue Jul 31 2012 05:38:00

Dan Cathy, the CEO of Chick-fil-A, proudly proclaimed his opposition to marriage equality and drew flak from politicians and citizens nationwide, who said Cathy's position made the chain unwelcome on their turf. Some of the condemnation crossed the line, offending the First Amendment. Some did not. Many don't understand where the line is, and now a population already sharply divided over same-sex marriage is collectively less informed about the First Amendment.

The Apple versus Samsung patent showdown explainedupdated: Fri Jul 27 2012 12:04:00

Did Apple rip off Samsung's intellectual property to create the iPhone, or did Samsung pilfer Apple's patents when it took on the iPad and iPhone with a slew of mobile devices and tablets?

Republicans slam Justice Department on voter ID moves updated: Thu Jul 26 2012 17:32:00

Congressional Republicans told a top Justice official Thursday his department is wrong to fight state voter ID laws and that the government needs to do more to ensure people serving abroad in the military are able to vote.

Taxmageddon is headed our wayupdated: Wed Jul 25 2012 08:59:00

Taxmaggedon is coming. Unless President Obama and Congress act, Americans will be hit with what would be in total dollars the largest tax increase in history in little more than five months.

Syrian regime 'attacks from the air'updated: Mon Jul 16 2012 15:06:00

According to Syria opposition activist, low-flying helicopters carried out latest attack. Mohammed Jamjoom reports.

Defector: 'The battle for Damascus is coming'updated: Mon Jul 16 2012 15:06:00

Increasing violence in the Syrian capital is pointing toward a major fight ahead, a rebel spokesman told CNN Monday.

International criminal court adds to charges against Congolese generalupdated: Fri Jul 13 2012 15:59:00

The International Criminal Court said Friday it has issued a second arrest warrant for a former Congolese rebel leader who is now a general in the Congolese Army despite war crimes accusations.

Biden takes on voting rights issues at NAACP conventionupdated: Thu Jul 12 2012 15:48:00

Vice President Joe Biden delivered a rousing address to the NAACP in Houston on Thursday, bolstering support for President Barack Obama and drawing sharp contrasts with the Republican Party on civil rights issues.

Ratko Mladic taken to hospital, criminal trial adjourned for dayupdated: Thu Jul 12 2012 05:35:00

Ratko Mladic, who is on trial at the International Criminal Court on charges he masterminded an army campaign to cleanse Bosnia of Croats and Muslims, was taken to the hospital Thursday as a precautionary measure, a court spokeswoman said.

Schumer to Saverin: Leave, but pay taxesupdated: Wed Jul 11 2012 10:18:00

Sen. Chuck Schumer says he won't let Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin dodge capital gains taxes by leaving U.S.

Socialite, songwriter Denise Rich renounces U.S. citizenshipupdated: Wed Jul 11 2012 10:18:00

Wealthy socialite and Grammy-nominated songwriter Denise Rich has renounced her U.S. citizenship and resides in London, her spokeswoman Judy Smith said Tuesday.

Texas voter ID law goes to courtupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 16:31:00

Texas state officials went to federal court Monday to defend a controversial new voter identification law, dismissing suggestions the requirement would deny hundreds of thousands of people -- many of them minorities -- access to the ballot.

DOJ 'cherrypicking' voter ID stats?updated: Mon Jul 09 2012 16:31:00

Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) on Texas looking to require voters to present photo ID at polls.

Attorney General Holder pledges to protect the right to voteupdated: Sun Jul 08 2012 14:57:00

Attorney General Eric Holder promised Saturday to do all in his power to protect Americans' right to vote.

New laws could keep many from votingupdated: Sun Jul 08 2012 14:57:00

CNN's Carol Costello speaks with Tavis Smiley and Cornel West on the strict new ID rules that could keep many from polls.

Is America the moral leader in the world?updated: Wed Jul 04 2012 16:31:00

Independence Day is a celebration not just of America's independence, but also of the values that are important to our nation, like liberty, democracy and human rights.

Apple wins ban on two Android devices: What it means for youupdated: Tue Jul 03 2012 15:07:00

Last week, a U.S. District judge dealt a serious blow to Google and Samsung by slapping an injunction on the Galaxy Nexus phone and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in a patent infringement lawsuit.

Australia's Carr visits Libya to press for release of detained lawyerupdated: Mon Jun 18 2012 22:12:00

Foreign Minister Bob Carr of Australia is visiting Libya on Monday to step up pressure on officials there to release an Australian lawyer working for the International Criminal Court who was detained after visiting the son of the late Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.

International Criminal Court swears in Gambian lawyer as chief prosecutor updated: Sat Jun 16 2012 00:37:00

The International Criminal Court swore in Gambian lawyer Fatou Bensouda as its new prosecutor Friday, the first woman to assume the top job at the world war crimes tribunal.

Congolese warlord awaits ICC sentenceupdated: Sat Jun 16 2012 00:37:00

CNN's Nima Elbagir looks back at the ICC trial that brought Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga to justice.

Justices deny review over students' religious messages in classroomupdated: Mon Jun 11 2012 15:41:00

In what have become known as the "Jesus pencil" and "candy cane" cases, the Supreme Court refused Monday to consider appeals from the families of elementary school students over distribution of religious-themed gifts on campus.

Libya detains International Criminal Court lawyer over documentsupdated: Sat Jun 09 2012 15:30:00

The International Criminal Court demanded Saturday the immediate release of a lawyer and three other staff members who were detained while visiting the son of deposed Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.

Florida intent on denying people the right to voteupdated: Mon Jun 04 2012 08:39:00

It wouldn't be an election year without Florida exhibiting its usual despicable efforts to keep residents from voting.

Edwards jury got it exactly rightupdated: Thu May 31 2012 20:02:00

The jury in the John Edwards case rendered exactly the right verdict. Of course they couldn't make up their mind on most of the charges. No rational person could. The judge essentially instructed them to get into John Edwards' mind (as well as into the minds of several other actors in this political soap opera) and to determine precisely what his intention was in receiving money from friends.

Religious liberty at stake in battle over contraception ruleupdated: Fri May 25 2012 18:15:00

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." This is the first line of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

A jury pool's race can deny justiceupdated: Wed May 23 2012 11:26:00

The Sixth Amendment right to a trial by an impartial jury is the bedrock of our criminal justice system. Yet the promise of impartiality is called into question when defendants face juries that include few, if any, members of their race.

Smartphone patent warsupdated: Sun May 20 2012 21:26:00

Kristie Lu Stout explains the long-running legal fight between Apple and Samsung

Apple and Samsung begin settlement talksupdated: Sun May 20 2012 21:26:00

"It's very important that Apple not become the developer for the world," Tim Cook, Apple chief executive, told analysts last month. "We need people to invent their own stuff."

Shame of mandatory minimums shows in Marissa Alexander caseupdated: Sat May 12 2012 10:26:00

There is no reason Marissa Alexander should spend the next 20 years in prison.

Will a military trial of the 9/11 suspects be credible?updated: Mon May 07 2012 13:40:00

Formal trial proceedings against the alleged planners of the 9/11 atrocities have finally begun. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four co-defendants were arraigned on capital charges before a military judge in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, on Saturday. The Obama administration claims that its improved military commission rules ensure a fair and credible trial. But outside the United States, who will view a U.S. military trial and potential execution of our enemies as credible?

Prosecutor recommends 80 years for Charles Taylorupdated: Thu May 03 2012 17:20:00

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor should receive an 80-year sentence for his conviction for aiding and abetting war crimes in neighboring Sierra Leone's civil war, the chief prosecutor in the international court case recommended Thursday.

Libyan PM: Fair trial for Saif Gadhafiupdated: Thu May 03 2012 06:46:00

CNN's Zain Verjee speaks exclusively with interim Libyan Prime Min. Abdel Rahim al-Kib about trying Saif al-Islam Gadhafi.

Aisha Gadhafi reiterates call for probe into father's deathupdated: Thu May 03 2012 06:46:00

The daughter of deposed Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi asked international prosecutors to begin investigating her father's and brother's deaths as possible war crimes in a letter submitted Wednesday to the United Nations Security Council.

Judge denies Strauss-Kahn immunity claimupdated: Tue May 01 2012 11:04:00

A New York judge Tuesday rejected claims by former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn that a civil lawsuit against him should be dismissed because he was protected by diplomatic immunity.

Charles Taylor guilty of aiding rebelsupdated: Sat Apr 28 2012 05:24:00

An international war crimes court finds ex-Liberian leader Charles Taylor guilty of aiding militias in Sierra Leone.

Where should Gadhafi son be extradited?updated: Thu Apr 19 2012 19:30:00

CNN's Zain Verjee speaks to the ICC's chief prosecutor about where Moammar Gadhafi's son should be tried.

Libya has 'great evidence' against Gadhafi's son, ICC prosecutor saysupdated: Thu Apr 19 2012 19:30:00

Libyan prosecutors have gathered "great evidence" against the son of former dictator Moammar Gadhafi, International Criminal Court chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo said Thursday, reopening the controversial question of where Saif al-Islam Gadhafi will be tried.

Why America needs a tax reformationupdated: Tue Apr 17 2012 09:12:00

Tuesday is tax day, and the only thing more frustrating than paying taxes is Washington's refusal to fix the tax code.

Let's kill the progressive tax rate systemupdated: Tue Apr 17 2012 07:43:00

Last week we learned that Barack and Michelle Obama's effective tax rate for 2011 was 20.5%. They had adjusted gross income of $789,674. We also learned that their tax rate was slightly lower than President Obama's secretary, who had about $95,000 of income.

Why tax reform talk a dead endupdated: Tue Apr 17 2012 00:39:00

It turns out that Richard Nixon was a hippie.

CNNMoney: Buffett Rule: Not ready for prime timeupdated: Mon Apr 16 2012 13:32:00

The Buffett Rule makes for great stump speeches in an election year. But as tax policy it leaves much to be desired.

Libya appeals ICC order to hand over Saif Gadhafiupdated: Tue Apr 10 2012 12:50:00

Libya's government on Tuesday appealed a request from the International Criminal Court to hand over Saif al-Islam Gadhafi, saying it should be given more time to make its own case.

Hand over Saif Gadhafi, court tells Libyaupdated: Thu Apr 05 2012 18:17:00

Libya must make arrangements to hand over Saif al-Islam Gadhafi to the International Criminal Court immediately, court officials said Thursday, complaining that the son of Libya's deposed leader has been mistreated and "physically attacked" since he was captured last year.

Peace plan backlash in Syria?updated: Wed Apr 04 2012 11:41:00

Former British Foreign Secretary David Owen discusses different approaches to dealing with Syria's upheaval.

Syria must be held to the law of warupdated: Wed Apr 04 2012 11:41:00

The U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Syria recently determined that the fighting in Syria is not an "armed conflict" (PDF) -- the legal term for war -- under international law because the opposition forces are not sufficiently organized. Yet surely the protesters, dissident fighters and terrified citizens caught up in the violence in Syria believe they are at war.

Zimmerman: Trayvon 'snuck up' on Georgeupdated: Fri Mar 30 2012 08:06:00

George Zimmerman's brother tells Piers Morgan his brother had no choice but to shoot and kill Trayvon Martin.

History shows U.S. inquiry could help defuse Trayvon Martin caseupdated: Fri Mar 30 2012 08:06:00

The February 26 shooting of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager, by George Zimmerman, who is Hispanic, has in less than a month gone from a local story to a huge national story.

Strauss-Kahn lawyers assert diplomatic immunity in New York civil case updated: Wed Mar 28 2012 20:06:00

Lawyers for former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn urged a judge on Wednesday to dismiss a civil suit brought against him by the New York hotel housekeeper who accused him of assaulting her last year.

Report: Facebook bought 750 patents from IBMupdated: Fri Mar 23 2012 12:17:00

The patent war between Facebook and Yahoo may be only just starting.

George Clooney arrested at Sudan protestupdated: Wed Mar 21 2012 01:29:00

George Clooney and his father were arrested for committing an act of civil disobedience in protest of the Sudanese govt.

George Clooney arrested in Sudan protestupdated: Wed Mar 21 2012 01:29:00

Police arrested actor George Clooney and others Friday during a protest at the Sudanese Embassy in Washington.

Libya moves for Gadhafi spy chief's extraditionupdated: Mon Mar 19 2012 12:38:00

Interpol issued a Red Notice alert for Libya's former spy chief, who was arrested in Mauritania last week and is wanted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court.

Former Libyan spy chief arrested in Mauritaniaupdated: Sat Mar 17 2012 16:19:00

Libya said Saturday it will seek extradition of its former spy chief who was arrested in Mauritania and is wanted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court.

Opinion: How Yahoo weaponized my work updated: Wed Mar 14 2012 15:11:00

While most of the tech world was partying at South by Southwest in Austin yesterday, Yahoo announced it was filing a lawsuit against Facebook for allegedly infringing on 10 patents from their 1,000+ patent warehouse.

ICC finds Congolese warlord guiltyupdated: Wed Mar 14 2012 13:45:00

The International Criminal Court finds a Congolese warlord guilty of war crimes. CNN's Zain Verjee reports.

China passes new law allowing secret detentionsupdated: Wed Mar 14 2012 06:57:00

Chinese legislators Wednesday approved changes to the country's criminal code that will allow the police to hold certain suspects at secret locations.

Administration blocks Texas voter ID lawupdated: Mon Mar 12 2012 16:49:00

A controversial new Texas law requiring voters to present personal identification before going to the polls has been blocked by the Obama administration.

New alimony law is bad for womenupdated: Fri Mar 09 2012 12:35:00

If Massachusetts' strangely arcane Alimony Reform Act were to become the law of the land, the financial well-being and security of married women could be seriously threatened.

Ben Jealous reflects on 'Bloody Sunday'updated: Tue Mar 06 2012 18:56:00

CNN's David Mattingly talks to Ben Jealous on the anniversary of the march on Selma.

New Selma-to-Montgomery march is more than just a reenactmentupdated: Tue Mar 06 2012 18:56:00

Civil rights activists reenacting a 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, are doing more than just reliving an important part of American history -- they are bringing a new message to an old fight.

Court: Trial for Penn. boy accused of killing his dad's girlfriend to be closedupdated: Fri Feb 24 2012 17:53:00

A Pennsylvania court has ordered that the juvenile trial of Jordan Brown -- a boy accused of killing his father's pregnant girlfriend three years ago -- be closed, despite a push by several newspapers to allow public access.

Democrats slam GOP on contraceptionupdated: Thu Feb 23 2012 19:54:00

Democrats hold a contraception hearing in stark contrast to a GOP effort that included no women. CNN's Dana Bash reports.

Seven states sue government over contraceptives mandateupdated: Thu Feb 23 2012 19:54:00

Seven states on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the federal government requirement that religious employers offer health insurance coverage that includes contraceptives and other birth control services.

CNNMoney: Obama: Slash corporate tax breaks and ratesupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 14:51:00

After more than a year in the making, the Obama administration on Wednesday released its plan to overhaul the corporate tax code.

Obama's contraceptive compromiseupdated: Mon Feb 13 2012 12:05:00

President Obama outlines the compromise reached with religious groups over the debate on contraceptives.

Catholic bishops group denounces contraception compromiseupdated: Mon Feb 13 2012 12:05:00

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops denounced President Barack Obama's compromise over whether to require religiously affiliated institutions to provide contraception to female employees, saying the proposal raises "serious moral concerns," according to a statement posted on its website late Friday.

Catholic bishops group denounces contraception compromise, says 'raises serious moral concern'updated: Sat Feb 11 2012 08:32:00

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops denounced President Barack Obama's compromise over whether to require religiously affiliated institutions to provide contraception to female employees, saying the proposal raises "serious moral concerns," according to a statement posted on its website late Friday.

Civil rights leader Patricia Stephens Due dies at 72updated: Tue Feb 07 2012 21:40:00

Civil rights leader Dr. Patricia Stephens Due died Tuesday at age 72, nearly 52 years after she played a leading role in student sit-ins in Tallahassee, Florida, her family said.

South Carolina responds in court on voter ID lawupdated: Tue Feb 07 2012 18:23:00

The state of South Carolina told a federal court in the nation's capital Tuesday it has a right to require voters to present a photo ID at the polls, despite opposition from the Obama administration's civil rights lawyers.

Time to update copyright law?updated: Tue Jan 31 2012 16:30:00

On the first day of every year, works of art whose term of copyright has expired enters the public domain. This year's class is particularly strong, as the novels of James Joyce and Virginia Woolf are now free of copyright protection. If you ever wanted to stage a puppet show of Joyce's masterpiece "Ulysses" or set Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway" to music, now is your chance.

CNNMoney: Obama's 30% millionaire taxupdated: Thu Jan 26 2012 08:26:00

President Obama this week defined what he believes should be the minimum "fair share" for millionaires and billionaires to pay in taxes. His answer: At least 30% of their income.

Kenyan leaders to stand trial on human rights violationsupdated: Mon Jan 23 2012 13:41:00

Four Kenyan officials, including Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, will stand trial on human rights violations that are alleged to have occurred after the 2007 election, the International Criminal Court ruled Monday.

Trial plans uncertain months after capture of Gadhafi's sonupdated: Mon Jan 23 2012 09:40:00

Conflicting reports emerged Monday about whether the son of Libya's deposed leader would be tried there.

CNNMoney: Anonymous strikes back after feds shut down piracy hub Megauploadupdated: Fri Jan 20 2012 06:36:00

In one of the U.S. government's largest anti-piracy crackdowns ever, federal agents on Thursday arrested the leaders of and shut down Megaupload.com, a popular hub for illegal media downloads.

Anonymous strikes back after feds shut piracy hub Megauploadupdated: Thu Jan 19 2012 23:39:00

"Hacktivist" collective Anonymous on Thursday took credit for taking down U.S. Department of Justice, FBI and entertainment company websites, following arrests in one of the federal government's largest anti-piracy crackdowns.

For King, the right to vote was sacredupdated: Sun Jan 15 2012 09:17:00

Every third Monday in January we gather as Americans to commemorate the values and beliefs -- as well as the ultimate sacrifice -- of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Sudanese president visits post-Gadhafi Libyaupdated: Sat Jan 07 2012 10:50:00

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, wanted for crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court, arrived in Libya Saturday to visit with the country's post-Gadhafi leaders.

In U.S., right to vote still threatenedupdated: Thu Dec 29 2011 18:21:00

Tuesday, Attorney General Eric Holder delivers a major speech on voting rights at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library in Austin, Texas. The location is significant: In 1965, President Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law, a landmark piece of civil rights legislation that banned the worst forms of racial discrimination in American elections.

Can Arab League monitor Syria?updated: Wed Dec 28 2011 12:34:00

Concern grows in Syria that Arab League monitors aren't getting the access they need to assess the crackdown there.

Syrian activists slam Arab League mission headupdated: Wed Dec 28 2011 12:34:00

The selection of a Sudanese military commander to head the Arab League monitoring mission in Syria is a "farce" because of his government's actions in the embattled Darfur region, a Syrian opposition group said Wednesday.

War crimes court leaves Gadhafi probe to Libyaupdated: Tue Dec 20 2011 14:05:00

U.N. war-crimes prosecutors are leaving an investigation into the death of ousted Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi to Libyan authorities for now, they said Tuesday.

CNNMoney: Newt Gingrich's 'mind boggling' tax planupdated: Tue Dec 13 2011 18:32:00

Every Republican presidential hopeful has a plan to cut taxes.

End welfare for the wealthyupdated: Thu Dec 01 2011 14:10:00

The debate in Congress this week about whether to pay for extending the payroll tax cut by imposing a new tax on millionaires will have nothing to do with solving our nation's economic challenges and everything to do with election-year politics. Senate Democratic leaders have already signaled they will use the debate as a purely partisan exercise designed to embarrass Republicans into opposing tax cuts for the poor while defending tax cuts for the rich.

CNNMoney: Trademark wars heat up. Be ready.updated: Thu Dec 01 2011 11:51:00

A trademark can be a company's greatest asset. It can also be one of its biggest challenges -- especially lately.

Kenya to challenge high court judge's arrest warrant for Sudanese presidentupdated: Wed Nov 30 2011 05:55:00

The Kenyan government plans to appeal a warrant issued by its high court calling for the arrest of the Sudanese president over alleged war crimes.

Sudan expels Kenyan ambassador over Kenyan ruling to arrest al-Bashirupdated: Mon Nov 28 2011 20:34:00

The government of Sudan on Monday ordered Kenya's ambassador to leave the country, after the Kenyan High Court ruled that Sudan's president must be arrested if he sets foot on Kenyan soil.

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