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Ex-president on trial on corruption charges

After 30 years in power, Sudan's Omar al Bashir has found himself on trial for corruption. On Monday a police detective told the court in Khartoum Bashir admitted to receiving millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia. He was ousted by the military in April after months of protests. #Sudan #Bashir #SaudiArabia

Bashir Sentence: Ousted Sudanese president sentenced to two years

Bashir Sentence: Ousted Sudanese president sentenced to two years

High Hopes in Sudan | Bigger Than Five

High Hopes in Sudan | Bigger Than Five

Sudan Protests: Army, pro-govt militia fight it out in Khartoum

Sudan Protests: Army, pro-govt militia fight it out in Khartoum

Sudan in Transition: Military, opposition sign power-sharing deal

Sudan in Transition: Military, opposition sign power-sharing deal

UK security company wrote ‘Allahu Akbar’ on fake bomb during training

UK security company wrote ‘Allahu Akbar’ on fake bomb during training

Hundreds arrested in Tunisia as riots enter third night

Hundreds arrested in Tunisia as riots enter third night

Greek archbishop’s anti-Muslim remarks spark outrage

Greek archbishop’s anti-Muslim remarks spark outrage

Egypt seizes assets of Morsi and 88 Muslim Brotherhood members

Egypt seizes assets of Morsi and 88 Muslim Brotherhood members

Gunmen kill two female judges in Afghan capital

Gunmen kill two female judges in Afghan capital

Protests against national security bill continue in France

Protests against national security bill continue in France

US states on alert for violent protests ahead of Biden’s inauguration

US states on alert for violent protests ahead of Biden’s inauguration

FBI questioning dozens over police death at Capitol

FBI questioning dozens over police death at Capitol

Overlooked Ep. 2: The Battle for CRISPR

Overlooked Ep. 2: The Battle for CRISPR

Syrian businessmen linked to Beirut explosion

Syrian businessmen linked to Beirut explosion

Turkey raises the bar with its distance learning programme during the pandemic

Turkey raises the bar with its distance learning programme during the pandemic

Like Israelis, can citizens of Muslim countries freely enter the UAE?

Like Israelis, can citizens of Muslim countries freely enter the UAE?

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