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last update: december 29th, 2010

december 29th, 2010

Board Member George Clooney: "The World is Watching" - New Satellite Sentinel Project Aims to Deter War in Sudan

A new human rights project -- initiated by Not On Our Watch board member George Clooney -- will combine satellite imagery analysis and field reports with Google's Map Maker technology to deter the resumption of war between North and South Sudan.

 

Launched today, the Satellite Sentinel Project will use satellite imagery analysis and crowd-sourced mapping to monitor the tense border between North and South Sudan.

 

The Satellite Sentinel Project is available at www.satsentinel.org. Follow the link for further info.

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december 9th, 2010

Nicholas Kristof: "George Clooney in Sudan"

Nicholas Kristof's New York Times blog premieres the new video with board member George Clooney, "Endgame in Sudan."

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NEWS

last updated october 6th, 2009

october 6th, 2009

Update: US Urges Mugabe to Implement Power-Sharing Deal

"The United States on Tuesday urged President Robert Mugabe to fully implement a power-sharing deal with the opposition and take steps toward democratic reform if he wants better Zimbabwean-US ties."

october 5th, 2009

16 Killed in Clashes in South Sudan Oil Region: Army

"Sixteen people were killed and several wounded in clashes in south Sudan between forces loyal to an ex-warlord and an oil-rich state governor's guards, military sources said on Saturday."

october 5th, 2009

Sudan Party Nominates Bashir as Candidate for 2010 Vote

"The National Congress Party (NCP) of Sudan has nominated embattled President Omar Hassan al-Bashir to be its candidate in the scheduled April 2010 general election."

october 5th, 2009

Update: South Sudan Blames Northern Army for Violence

"South Sudan's president has blamed the military in the north for a major escalation in violence in his semi-autonomous region emerging from decades of civil war, a southern official said on Monday."

october 5th, 2009

Update: Sudan's Bashir Invites Opposition for Dialogue

"Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Monday invited the country's opposition for talks aimed at avoiding clashes in next year's general election, a week after they threatened to boycott it."

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