Sudan's former President al-Bashir charged with killing protesters

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The Public Prosecution in Sudan on Monday pressed charges against former President Omar al-Bashir and others for incitement and involvement in killing protesters.

The charges were related to "the killing of Babikir who was martyred at Buri area," said a prosecution statement.

The prosecution also called for accelerating the investigations of all murder law suits related to the recent protests.

Earlier, Sudan's acting Attorney General Al-Waleed Sid-Ahmed Mahmoud ordered the judiciary to question al-Bashir over the charges of money laundering and financing terrorism.

Sudan's Transitional Military Council, chaired by Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan, is tasked with running the country's affairs following the downfall of al-Bashir's regime. 

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