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Video Diaries from Chad/Sudan Border- Stop Genocide Now brings you the video diaries of Gabriel and Stacey who are on the Chad/Sudan border for 14 days in December and January interviewing refugees.

Kofi Annan: Human Rights Watch- Human Rights Watch hosted Kofi Annan for a special address in honor of International Human Rights Day. Kofi Annan has supported human rights more vigorously than any secretary general in United Nations history. Yet governmental resistance often forced him to temper his support. As he nears the end of his term, Kofi Annan shared his thoughts in candid form (28 minutes).

Video from Chad- This video was shot on the Fall 2006 trip to the Chad/Sudan border taken by actress Mia Farrow and David Rubenstein, executive director of Save Darfur.

George Clooney Video Diary-
The conflict in the Sudanese province of Darfur has displaced more than two million people and cost nearly 400,000 lives. To raise awareness of this four-year conflict, actor, director and activist George Clooney traveled to Sudan and Chad with his father, journalist Nick Clooney.
Both Nick and George Clooney plan to attend a “Rally to Stop Genocide” organized by the Save Darfur Coalition on Sunday, April 30 in Washington, D.C. The assembly plans to call on the international community to help end the turmoil plaguing the African region.

Interview: George Clooney & Samantha Power- Interview: George Clooney & Samantha Power speak about Darfur and the slaughter in Sudan

Interviews in Chad Refugee Camps-
The violence in Darfur is escalating. Civilians are in danger of being killed, r The violence in Darfur is escalating. Civilians are in danger of being killed, raped and forcibly displaced now. Protection for the people is vital- we are calling for action NOW

George Clooney Speaks at UN-
George Clooney addressed the United Nations Security Council, today, on the genocide crisis in Darfur. In a press conference following the briefing, Clooney gave the following statement:

Darfur Documentary: Philip Cox-
The Government of Sudan had closed Darfur to investigators and aid workers at the beginning of 2003. But at the beginning of 2004 London-based filmaker Philip Cox entered the violence-torn region by crossing the Chad border. The UN estimates of conflict-affected persons in Darfur and eastern Chad now approach 4 million (3.6 million in Darfur; over 350,000 in eastern Chad).

Darfur Survivor Testimony-

New Video Documents Ongoing Crimes in Darfur- Source: Human Rights Watch- Africa, July 2004

Sudan: The Passion of the Present- Source: CNN, 18 October 2004
Romeo Dallaire, Omer Ismail, John Prendergast, Samantha Power, Michael Ignatieff: Notes and video of the Forum discussion at Harvard

Women Under Fire- Source: Amnesty International
While the world waits for justice, the perpetrators continue to rape and kill with impunity in the Darfur region of Sudan.

UN Told of Mass Killings in Darfur- Source: BBC, 15 June 2006
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says he has documented evidence of massacres in Sudan’s Darfur region. Luis Moreno Ocampo said the investigation showed there were “many different massacres from many different years”.

President Bush Statement on Darfur- Source: C-SPAN, 8 May 2006
President Bush makes a statement on the situation in Darfur after being briefed by Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick who just returned from the region. The Sudanese government and Darfur’s primary rebel group recently announced a peace agreement to end the three-year conflict.

Simon Deng, Former Sudanese Slave- Source: C-SPAN, 30 April 2006
WASHINGTON, DC–Simon Deng, Former Sudanese Slave, discusses the continuing violence in the Darfur region of Sudan and gives his opinion of what the United States and the world community should do to assist. Mr. Deng met with the President on Friday and is a participant in today’s “Rally to End Genocide” sponsored by the Save Darfur Coaltion.