Ex-Sudan president Omar al-Bashir in court on corruption charges

World The Guardian

High-profile trial could lead to years in prison for deposed ruler Omar al-Bashir , the deposed president of Sudan, told investigators he had received millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia, a detective said in court on the first day of Bashir’s high-profile corruption trial. The 75-year-old has been in detention since being forced out of power in April when security forces withdrew their support for his regime after months of popular protests. Continue reading... …

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