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Libya's deputy foreign minister, Khaled Kaim, cited the continued liberty of Sudanese president, Omar al-Bashir, as an example of the ICC's "impotence", saying the veteran dictator was safe in Khartoum despite claims that he had played a direct role in the genocide in Darfur.
An arrest warrant was issued for Bashir in 2008. However, he still travels around Africa and no attempts have been made to seize him.
Warrants are likely to be issued for Gaddafi, one of his sons, Saif al-Islam, and his trusted intelligence chief, Abdullah Senussi. ICC prosecutor Luis Mareno- Ocampo claimed he had built a strong case that each of the three men had directed attacks on civilians since the violent anti-regime uprising began in eastern Libya three months ago.