Omar al-Bashir, the former Sudanese president, arrived in court on Monday as his trial on charges of corruption began.
After being overthrown in April following a military coup, Bashir was found in possession of large sums of Sudanese and foreign currency, as well as other assets, without legal justification.
In addition, Bashir was charged in May with incitement as well as being linked with the killing of protesters.
The trial commenced in the wake of the ruling military council and the main opposition coalition signing a final agreement for a transitional government.
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