Ex-Sudan leader al-Bashir at prosecutor’s office to face graft charges

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Ousted Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir was brought Sunday to a prosecutor's office in Khartoum, Al Arabiya's correspondent reported, where charges of corruption and illegal possession of foreign currency were read out against him.

Bashir, dressed in a white traditional robe and turban, was transported in a heavily armed convoy from the capital's Kober prison.

It was the first time Bashir has been seen in public since his ouster by the army on April 11.

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