The Islamist general is on trial for corruption and his conservative regime came crashing down after a wave of protests that started last year over the...
The first steps of the transition after the mass celebrations that marked the August 17 adoption of a transitional constitution proved difficult however...
His relatives in the courtroom chanted "Allahu Akbar" (God is greatest), to which he responded with the same words.
The 75-year-old, whose Islamist military regime ruled Sudan for 30 years, was forced from power on April 11, after months of nationwide protests.
The protest umbrella and a ruling military council agreed an outline power-sharing accord on July 17
With the official signing of the transitional documents on Saturday, Sudan will kick off a process that will include important immediate first steps.
In Khartoum's Bori neighbourhood, an Eid market known for its low prices is witnessing record turnover
At least 127 people were killed on that day alone, according to doctors close to the protest movement, who say the violence has cost more than 250 lives...
Bashir's defence lawyer says on July 31 that the toppled leader will face trial on corruption charges on August 17.
He faces charges related to possessing foreign currency, corruption and receiving gifts illegally
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