Ousted President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan, has been charged with incitement and involvement in the death of protesters.
The charges against al-Bashir stem from an inquiry into the death of a doctor killed during protests that led to the end of his rule last month.
Mr Bashir’s fate remains unclear as he’s under detention following his arrest after being ousted.
He is also facing an investigation over allegations of money laundering and terror financing.
Some Sudanese people will not believe that Mr Bashir is really in trouble for such crimes until they see him in a court, reports the BBC’s Will Ross.
Sudanese protesters in December began demonstrating against a government decision to triple the price of bread. The protests soon morphed into widespread anger against the president’s 30-year rule, led by doctors.
Five weeks into the protests, on 17 January, witnesses said state forces fired live ammunition at protesters, killing a doctor.
He had been treating injured protesters in his home in Khartoum when police fired tear gas into the building.
According to a witness who spoke to BBC, the doctor had walked out with his hands in the air, told the police he was a doctor and was instantly shot.
He is one of dozens of people killed during the anti-government protests.
The protesters later staged a sit-in outside the military headquarters to demand the military force the president out.
A military council assumed power of the country on 11 April, but demonstrators are insisting that it hands over to a civilian administration.