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Sudan's ex-president Omar Al Bashir (centre) appears in court in the capital Khartoum on Saturday. Ebrahim Hamid/AFP
A Sudanese court on Saturday charged ousted president Omar Al Bashir, on trial for corruption, with illegal acquisition and use of foreign funds.
Judge Al-Sadiq Abdelrahman said at the third session of Bashir's trial that foreign funds of multiple currencies were found at his home.
Authorities had "seized 6.9 million euros, $351,770 and 5.7 million Sudanese pounds at (Bashir's) home which he acquired and used illegally," the judge said.
An investigator had previously told the court that Bashir received $90 million in cash from Saudi royals.
The trial was adjourned until Sept.7, said a media correspondent who attended the session.
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