An International Criminal Court delegation has arrived Sudan to discuss the prosecution of former President Omar al-Bashir. The BBC reports that Bashir is wanted by the ICC on charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. Sudan’s prime minister said the delegation would be in the country until 21 October, to discuss “co-operation” in the case. Sudan’s government has agreed that he can stand trial in the Hague. But under a peace deal with rebels in the Western region of Dafur, the government has agreed to set up a special court on war crimes that would include Bashir.