Arab ministers to hold emergency talks on Sudan

CAIRO (Reuters) – Arab foreign ministers will hold an emergency meeting on Saturday to discuss genocide charges against Sudan’s president by the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) prosecutor, a senior Arab League official said on Monday.

“The meeting will be held on Saturday,” Ambassador Samir Hosni, head of the Arab-African cooperation department at the Arab League, told Reuters.

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