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"Frankly, our team of policy wonks and super nerds could use an injection of MTV style,” George Clooney said today. And our Satellite Sentinel Project did just get a little hipper with the news that MTV and mtvU, the channel’s 24-hour college network, would team up to amplify the findings of the satellite imagery and analysis initiative.
Follow the link for more info about the team-up, and visit www.satsentinel.org for a full overview of the Satellite Sentinel Project, as well as daily updates.
Follow the links below for video coverage of the Satellite Sentinel Project, including interviews with board members George Clooney and John Prendergast.
-Clooney to ABC's 'This Week': 'Our job is to stop it before it starts' (Satellite Sentinel blog)
-Track 180 Spotlight: George Clooney (Track180)
-Putting Sudan on the Six O'Clock News (Satellite Sentinel blog)
You can likewise visit www.satsentinel.org for a full overview of the project, as well as daily updates.
"A key US Senator sharply critical of US economic sanctions on Burma announced Tuesday he would hold an October 1 hearing on their effectiveness in fostering democratic reforms there."
"For the first time in nine years, the United States allowed Burma's foreign minister to come to Washington, a sign of softening US policy toward the military junta that has run that Asian nation for nearly five decades."
"Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the weekend attack in southern Sudan in which more than 100 people were reportedly killed, the latest in a string of ethnically-based incidents in the region."
"Burma's Buddhist monks face continuing intimidation, repression and severe jail sentences two years after the junta's crackdown on anti-government protests, a rights group said Tuesday.
A report from Human Rights Watch (HRW) said around 240 monks were serving tough prison terms, while thousands have been disrobed or live under 'constant surveillance' following their leading role in the 2007 demonstrations."
Follow the jump for the full text of the article, as well as a link to the report.
"The party of Burma opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Tuesday it had urged the chief of the ruling junta to allow a meeting between its detained leaders so they can discuss upcoming elections."