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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

Shortages threaten Sanaa oxygen plant and patients’ lives

Shortages threaten Sanaa oxygen plant and patients’ lives

Foreign tourists return to Turkey as Covid-19 restrictions eased

Foreign tourists return to Turkey as Covid-19 restrictions eased

New York seeks to dissolve NRA

New York seeks to dissolve NRA

Rescue efforts continue in Beirut after explosion

Rescue efforts continue in Beirut after explosion

Investigators probing blast focus on possible negligence

Investigators probing blast focus on possible negligence

Preserving stories of Japan's atomic bomb survivors

Preserving stories of Japan's atomic bomb survivors

Syrian refugees in Jordan learn urban farming skills

Syrian refugees in Jordan learn urban farming skills

Rwandan tour operators turn to virtual reality amid pandemic

Rwandan tour operators turn to virtual reality amid pandemic

Beirut blast: what is ammonium nitrate?

Beirut blast: what is ammonium nitrate?

Lebanon in mourning after massive explosion rocks capital

Lebanon in mourning after massive explosion rocks capital

Nigerian manufacturers unable to import raw materials after pandemic

Nigerian manufacturers unable to import raw materials after pandemic

Drones deliver supplies to Covid-19 patients in occupied West Bank

Drones deliver supplies to Covid-19 patients in occupied West Bank

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