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Bashir Trial: Sudanese court set to rule on corruption charges

A Sudanese court is due to rule in the trial of the ousted president, Omar al Bashir, later this Saturday. He's facing charges of corruption, money laundering, and financing terrorism. If found guilty, he could face more than a decade in prison. Adesewa Josh reports. #SudanCorruption #OmarAlBashir #MoneyLaundering

Sudan’s anti-government protests

Sudan’s anti-government protests

Sudan Protests: Rallies are biggest since Bashir took office

Sudan Protests: Rallies are biggest since Bashir took office

Extraditing Sudan’s Omar al Bashir

Extraditing Sudan’s Omar al Bashir

African Union Summit: AU gives Sudan military more time for reforms

African Union Summit: AU gives Sudan military more time for reforms

Russia launches massive spring offensive as Ukraine pleads for F-16 fighter jets

Russia launches massive spring offensive as Ukraine pleads for F-16 fighter jets

Blinken: Two state solution is the only path to resolution

Blinken: Two state solution is the only path to resolution

Biden says US will not provide F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine

Biden says US will not provide F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine

Blinken urges calm during Jerusalem visit

Blinken urges calm during Jerusalem visit

US Secretary of State Blinken begins three-day Middle East Visit

US Secretary of State Blinken begins three-day Middle East Visit

Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for suicide bombing

Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for suicide bombing

NATO chief urges Seoul boost military support for Ukraine

NATO chief urges Seoul boost military support for Ukraine

Suicide bomber kills at least 44 people, injures dozens at mosque

Suicide bomber kills at least 44 people, injures dozens at mosque

Stoltenberg visits South Korea amid global security concerns

Stoltenberg visits South Korea amid global security concerns

Tunisia votes in second round of parliamentary elections

Tunisia votes in second round of parliamentary elections

Seven people killed in occupied East Jerusalem on Friday

Seven people killed in occupied East Jerusalem on Friday

Run-off turnout of 11.3% one of lowest in Tunisia's history

Run-off turnout of 11.3% one of lowest in Tunisia's history

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