Sudan Armed Forces Implicated in Video Captured by Their Own Drone

A new British documentary film presents graphic visual evidence that the Sudanese government has committed crimes against humanity by bombarding civilians in the Nuba Mountains of South Kordofan, Sudan. Surprisingly, the most irrebuttable visual evidence comes from the Sudan Armed Forces, or SAF, in the form of video captured by a drone flown by SAF over apparent civilian areas in advance of bombardment. The evidence convincingly shows that the Government of Sudan is operating Iranian drones.

"Unreported World: Terror in Sudan" will premiere on the UK's Channel 4 on Friday, April 13, and will be available on YouTube the following day. The trailer has just been posted.

Congressional Letter to Obama and Clinton Asks the U.S. to Make Sudan a Priority at Upcoming High-level Meetings

Posted by Annie Callaway

As the two Sudans remain locked in vicious border clashes, the humanitarian costs are piling up. The Sudanese border states of South Kordofan and Blue Nile continue to be at the crux of this precarious situation and with the rainy season projected to begin at the end of April, the need for unrestricted humanitarian access to the region is critical.

Satellites, Social Networking, and Arms Control

“Today, any event, anywhere on the planet, could be broadcast globally in seconds,” stated Acting Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Rose Gottemoeller in an address delivered to a group of students at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations on March 30. “That means it is harder to hide things. When it is harder to hide things, it is easier to be caught.”

Two Sudans on the Brink of War?

Posted by Nenad Marinkovic

“We Must Not Be Silent”: Rep. McGovern Testifies about Human Rights Crisis in Sudan

As part of a swell in attention to the ongoing crisis in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan from seasoned advocates in Congress, U.S. Representative Jim McGovern (D-MA) delivered a speech on the House floor on March 21 calling on the U.S. government to increase efforts to address the deteriorating humanitarian conditions in the embattled state of South Kordofan.

McGovern presented two images to support his testimony. The first was of an Antonov bomber flying over South Kordofan, leaving smoke plumes in its wake.

A Show of Unity Among Sudan’s Opposition?

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