Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir visits Dafur
epa01669284 Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir waves his cane as thousands of supporters lined the streets to greet him upon his arrival in the South Darfur town of Sabdo, Sudan on 18 March 2009. An International Criminal Courts arrest warrant has been issued against indicting him for crime against humanity that include murder, rape and torture. In retaliation Bashir ordered the expulsion of foreigners working with 13 aid organization in the war and famine ravaged Darfur province where up to 300,000 people may have perished and over a million displaced. EPA/PHILIP DHIL | Location: SABDO, Sudan.
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