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Satellite Sentinel News Roundup 9/2

Satellite Sentinel Project captures the attention of major media around the world, using satellite imagery and ground-based reporting to focus attention on and promote accountability for mass atrocities in Sudan and South Sudan. Here is a round-up of recent, select media coverage of SSP.

The New Yorker posted “Mass Graves and George Clooney,” by Alexis Okeowo, on Tuesday, August 30. (Source)

Sudan: Irrefutable and Nearly Immediate Proof of War Crimes

This opinion piece co-authored by John Bradshaw, executive director of The Enough Project and Charlie Clements, executive director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, originally appeared on GlobalPost.

The wall of impunity that has long protected war criminals is crumbling. And that process is now accelerating through the use of technology.

Satellite Sentinel News Roundup 8/26

Satellite Sentinel Project captures the attention of major media around the world, using satellite imagery and ground-based reporting to focus attention on and promote accountability for mass atrocities in Sudan and South Sudan. Here is a round-up of recent, select media coverage of SSP.

The latest SSP report generated coverage by media outlets around the world, and has been translated into numerous languages including Spanish, Dutch, French, and Indonesian.

Satellite Sentinel Project News Roundup 8/19

Satellite Sentinel Project captures the attention of major media around the world, using satellite imagery and ground-based reporting to focus attention on and promote accountability for mass atrocities in Sudan and South Sudan. Here is a round-up of recent, select media coverage of SSP.

Satellite Sentinel News Roundup 8/12

Satellite Sentinel Project captures the attention of major media around the world, using satellite imagery and ground-based reporting to focus attention on and promote accountability for mass atrocities in Sudan and South Sudan. Here is a round-up of recent, select media coverage of SSP.

53 Members of Congress Write to President Obama, Citing Evidence of Mass Graves

WASHINGTON -- On Monday, Members of Congress reached beyond partisan lines to address the mass atrocities taking place in Southern Kordofan, Sudan.  Fifty-three members of Congress signed a letter to President Obama thanking the administration for its continued commitment to Sudan and South Sudan, and urging him to raise his voice again to call for international attention to reports of mass killings by the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) and allied militias, and mass graves i

Anglican Bishop Andudu of Kadugli Briefs Journalists at U.N.

As the Sudanese government continues to systematically target and attack civilians in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan’s South Kordofan region, the retired Rev. Andudu Adam Elnail who serves as the Anglican bishop of Kadugli, has become a voice of urgency for the region and its people.

Satellite Sentinel News Roundup 7/28

Satellite Sentinel Project captures the attention of major media around the world, using satellite imagery and ground-based reporting to focus attention on and promote accountability for mass atrocities in Sudan and South Sudan. Here is a round-up of recent, select media coverage of SSP.

Sudan: Governor in Border State Warns of Possible Escalation of Violence

With yet another Sudanese agreement dishonored, tensions between the Sudanese government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North, or SPLM-N, continue to rise in the country’s border states, and violence threatens to spread from South Kordofan to Blue Nile.

Satellite Sentinel News Roundup 7/21

Satellite Sentinel Project captures the attention of major media around the world, using satellite imagery and ground-based reporting to focus attention on and promote accountability for mass atrocities in Sudan and South Sudan. Here is a round-up of recent, select media coverage of SSP.

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