Sudan Insists Bashir be Allowed to Attend UNGA

Sudan is insisting President Omar al-Bashir has the right to attend the U.N. General Assembly meetings in New York, despite U.S. warnings he would be unwelcome because of his indictment on war crimes charges.
 
Sudan’s foreign ministry says the U.S., as host country, has no legal right to object to a U.N. member state’s participation in activities at the world body.
 
Sudan’s state news agency published the foreign ministry statement on Tuesday, a day after U.S. …