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Bashir Sentence: Ousted Sudanese president sentenced to two years

The former president of Sudan Omar al Bashir has been sentenced to two years in protective custody after being found guilty of corruption. A judge said he could not give Bashir a longer sentence because of his age. But as Khalil Charles reports from Khartoum, the 75-year-old faces further charges and far worse punishment.

Ex-president on trial on corruption charges

Ex-president on trial on corruption charges

High Hopes in Sudan | Bigger Than Five

High Hopes in Sudan | Bigger Than Five

Sudan Protests: Rallies are biggest since Bashir took office

Sudan Protests: Rallies are biggest since Bashir took office

Bashir Trial: Sudanese court set to rule on corruption charges

Bashir Trial: Sudanese court set to rule on corruption charges

Orthodox Jews show solidarity with Palestinians

Orthodox Jews show solidarity with Palestinians

The Ukrainian president thinks Israel is the victim

The Ukrainian president thinks Israel is the victim

French association chief arrested over rally plan for Palestinians

French association chief arrested over rally plan for Palestinians

What’s happening in Sheikh Jarrah?

What’s happening in Sheikh Jarrah?

The history of attacks on Al Aqsa

The history of attacks on Al Aqsa

Macron's party bars its candidate for wearing headscarf

Macron's party bars its candidate for wearing headscarf

Gaza bombing clouds Eid celebrations for Muslims around the world

Gaza bombing clouds Eid celebrations for Muslims around the world

France's double standard on Palestine

France's double standard on Palestine

Palestinian journalist speaks out against Israeli aggression

Palestinian journalist speaks out against Israeli aggression

Has the world done enough to help Palestine?

Has the world done enough to help Palestine?

Israel declares emergency in the city of Lod as unrest spreads

Israel declares emergency in the city of Lod as unrest spreads

South Africans call out Israel’s 'apartheid against Palestinians'

South Africans call out Israel’s 'apartheid against Palestinians'

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