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last update: may 15th, 2013

may 15th, 2013

Satellite Imagery of Explosions at Sudan Arms Plant ‘Consistent with Craters Created by Air-Delivered Munitions’

WASHINGTON -- The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) has released a comparative analysis of before-and-after DigitalGlobe imagery of the arms factory in the Khartoum, Sudan, which exploded and caught fire at approximately 12:30 a.m. on October 24.

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may 15th, 2013

Satellite Imagery Confirms Burning and Looting of Village Shown in Cell Phone Video Shot by Sudan’s Notorious ‘Abu Tira’ Police Force

WASHINGTON -- The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) is releasing a multimedia package which presents irrefutable evidence that Sudan’s Central Reserve Police, also known as “Abu Tira,” participated in, and filmed, the systematic burning and looting of the Nuba Mountains village of Gardud al Badry in the war-torn region of South Kordofan, Sudan. SSP presents evidence of their culpability in a report, including before-and-after satellite imagery, a newly discovered cell phone video, and a corresponding video with eyewitness testimony.

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last updated january 28th, 2014

january 28th, 2014

Satellites Show War Crimes in Malakal

Today, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos travels to the capital of Upper Nile state whereover 42,000 peoplehave been displaced by violence. Satellite images of Malakal from January 27 show at least 210 tukuls burned to the ground in one of the city's quarters. In another part of town, images collected over the course of the past two weeks confirm the looting of a World Food Program, or WFP, compound and the damage and destruction of adjacent areas. Since thelaws of warmandate both respecting and protecting "humanitarian relief personnel" and "objects" used for their operations, these satellite images offer independent evidence of war crimes.

january 24th, 2014

SSP Report: Satellites Show Scorched Earth in South Sudan's Unity State

As South Sudanese combatants signed a cessation of hostilities agreement in Addis Ababa on Thursday, January 23, new images from the Satellite Sentinel Project, or SSP, confirmed the systematic and intentional destruction of civilian homes in the town of Bentiu and across other parts of Unity state. DigitalGlobe images of Bentiu, Mayom, and Khor Bwow and small villages along the road between Bentiy and Mayom all document widespread destruction.

january 15th, 2014

ThinkProgress: Viewing The South Sudan Crisis From Space

Note: This piece, written by Hayes Brown, originally appeared on ThinkProgress.

 

Since the clashes between the South Sudanese government and rebel forces broke out in late December, the toll on the civilians caught in the crossfire has escalated more rapidly than many could have predicted. Reporting from on the ground can be difficult to come by at times in situations such as seen in the areas where fighting has been the most intense, the states of Jonglei and Unity. TheSatelliteSentinel Project— a collaborative effort between the Enough Project and digital-globe with the backing of actor George Clooney — is attempting to break through the fog of war through tracking conflict from above the clouds.

january 12th, 2014

SSP Report: A Satellite Snapshot of South Sudan’s War

For the past month, South Sudan has been engulfed in an expanding civil war. Unlike Sudan, where the Satellite Sentinel Project pioneered its work, with a few limited exceptions, South Sudan’s government has been allowing both journalists and humanitarians to operate around the country, even as violence spreads. As a result, harrowing videos, interviews, and photographs documenting the crisis have been emerging for weeks.

january 9th, 2014

U.S. Senate Hearing on the Situation in South Sudan

Earlier today, the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations convened to hear testimony from panel experts and discuss the role of the United States in the, “Situation in South Sudan.” Panel experts included the Honorable Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, the Honorable Nancy Lindborg, the Assistant Administrator for the Bureau of Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance, the Honorable Princeton Lyman, former Special Envoy for Sudan, Mr. John Prendergast, Not On Our Watch board member, and the Honorable Kate Almquist Knopf, Adjunct Faculty at the National Defense University.

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