In this Digital Globe satellite image made available by the US monitoring 

In this Digital Globe satellite image made available by the US monitoring group the Satellite Sentinel Project Thursday July 14 2011 and analyzed by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, a dug-up site near Kadugli town in a sealed-off region of Sudan appears to be a mass grave, offering the first aerial photographs from a conflict zone that outside observers can't access. The group said it had photographic evidence and witness testimony indicating that systematic killings and mass burials are taking place in Southern Kordofan state, where Sudan's Arab military has been targeting a black ethnic minority loyal to the military of the newly independent Republic of South Sudan. Text and graphics applied to images by the source(AP Photo/DigitalGlobe) EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO SALES
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In this Digital Globe satellite image made available by the US monitoring group the Satellite Sentinel Project Thursday July 14 2011 and analyzed by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, a dug-up site near Kadugli town in a sealed-off region of Sudan appears to be a mass grave, offering the first aerial photographs from a conflict zone that outside observers can't access. The group said it had photographic evidence and witness testimony indicating that systematic killings and mass burials are taking place in Southern Kordofan state, where Sudan's Arab military has been targeting a black ethnic minority loyal to the military of the newly independent Republic of South Sudan. Text and graphics applied to images by the source(AP Photo/DigitalGlobe) EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO SALES
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