Sudan's Omar al-Bashir 'had no immunity' in South Africa

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A South African court has ruled that Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir did not have immunity from arrest while attending an African Union summit.

It invited the public prosecutor to investigate if the government had broken the law by letting him leave.

He faced the possibility of arrest due to an International Criminal Court (ICC) warrant on genocide charges.

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