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Uganda will consider offering asylum to ousted Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir despite his indictment by the International Criminal Court, a foreign affairs minister said on Wednesday. "Uganda would not be apologetic at all for considering an application by Bashir," Okello Oryem, Uganda's State Minister for Foreign Affairs, told Reuters in Kampala. Bashir, 75, who had ruled Sudan for 30 years after seizing power in a military coup, was toppled by the military last week after months of street protests. Bashir faces an International Criminal Court arrest warrant over the death of an estimated 300 000 people during an insurgency in Sudan's western Darfur region over a decade ago. →