Source: Middle East Online
ADDIS ABABA - Sudan threatened Friday to expel peacekeepers from Darfur if President Omar al-Beshir is indicted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court.
"We are telling the world that with the indictment of our president al-Beshir we can't be responsible for the wellbeing of foreign forces in Darfur," Beshir's advisor Bona Malual told reporters in Addis Ababa.
"After that we may ask them to withdraw from our territory," he added.
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