Sudan’s military ousted Bashir following four months of street protests against his rule, then appointed a military council it says will rule for no more than two years while elections are organized.
Bashir’s two brothers were arrested Wednesday on charges of corruption, as part of a widespread crackdown on officials and backers of the former government.
BROTHERS OF OUSTED SUDANESE RULER ARRESTED, BUT PROTESTERS REFUSE TO LEAVE MILITARY HEADQUARTERS
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Bashir is being held inside the high-security Kobar prison in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum after being detained at the presidential palace,
according to Sky News.
Ex-Sudan President Omar al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide and crimes against humanity for the genocide in Darfur. (Presidential Press Service/Pool via AP)
Bashir, 75, was known not only as one of the longest-serving presidents in both Africa and the Arab world, but also a key orchestrator of corruption, conflict and civil war.
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He is wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide and crimes against humanity for horrors committed in neighboring Darfur, but the military to-date has stopped short of agreeing to hand him over to The Hague.
An estimated 300,000 people died during a military campaign to end an insurgency there over a decade ago.
Fox News’ Hollie McKay and The Associated Press contributed to this report.