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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.
WASHINGTON -- The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) has released new satellite imagery confirming the intentional burning of Um Bartumbu village in Sudan’s conflict-torn border region of South Kordofan. SSP’s latest report, which also includes new eyewitness reports and photos embedded with GPS codes, solves the mystery of an undated cell phone video, which appeared to show a unit of Sudanese forces called the Match Battalion razing an unnamed village.
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