In June 2007, Amnesty International breaks new ground in protecting human rights by launching the Eyes On Darfur project, which uses newly acquired high-resolution commercial satellite images of Darfur to help protect 12 intact but vulnerable villages caught on the frontline of the conflict. Eyes On Darfur also includes an archival feature, which shows destroyed villages since the conflict began in 2003 and includes expert testimony.
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