Grieving ex-president's corruption case postponed in Sudan


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A court in Sudan has postponed deposed President Omar al-Bashir’s corruption case, BBC Arabic reports.

The reasons are still unclear. Earlier, Sudan’s privately owned Baj News reported that the detained ex-president’s lawyers had asked for the case to be suspended because of his “aggravated psychological well-being” following his mother’s death two days ago.



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