Sudan's Bashir appears in public for first time since ouster


Sudan's former-President Omar al-Bashir has appeared in public for the first time since his ouster two months ago.

The 75-year-old former leader, who was wearing traditional white robes and a turban, was led to a prosecutor's office in a corruption investigation.

According to prosecutors, millions of dollars' worth of cash in US dollars, euros and Sudanese pounds were recovered from Al-Bashir's home a week after his ouster.

Bashir also faces war crime charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

This comes as a top Sudanese general said he would execute anyone found responsible for killing protesters in Khartoum after June 3.


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