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|Marrah Mountains, Sudan. The Marrah Mountauns are a chain of volcanic peaks in the Darfur region of Sudan.||10/23/2005||852|
|Big circle near Atbara in Sudan. |
|Ardamata refugee camp in Darfur, Sudan holds refugees from Sudan's civil war and government sponsored genocide.||08/15/2005||1,155|
|Darfur Humanitarian Emergency|
Total FY 2005 USG Humanitarian Assistance for the Darfur Emergency (to date): $509,532,362
Total FY 2003 – 2005 USG Humanitarian Assistance for the Darfur Emergency: $767,978,042
August 2004 Images
This section contains high-resolution satellite images of destroyed villages in the Darfur region of western Sudan. Media and press use and/o...
| destroyed by a missile in 1983, during the Second Sudanese Civil War, this gigantic bucket wheel excavator, actually disused, digged the Jonglei Canal to divert water through the vast Sudd wetlands of South Sudan so as to deliver more water downstream to Sudan and Egypt for use in agriculture.|
Another potencial environmental disaster?
Have your own opinion, afer readi...
|Twelves sudan airports||06/01/2006||878|
|Written off at Rumbek’s unpaved airstrip in South Sudan in March 2003, apparently after engine failure. No fatalities. First flew July 1966 for RAF (XS602). Went to RNZAF (New Zealand air force) November 1976 (NZ7622), which later modified it for VIP configuration. Sold to 748 Air Services (Kenya) October 1998, and used in ferrying relief supplies into South Sudan. ||08/08/2007||1,302|
|It's an overlay of Khartoum (Sudan).||01/08/2006||1,702|
|A lot of ship wracks in the Bur Sudan. ||12/08/2006||672|
|A plane just about to take off from the airport near Al Ubayyid, Sudan||05/18/2006||517|
|Very well-preserved cones, lava flows, and explosion craters were considered by Almond (1974) to be of late Pleistocene or Holocene age.||10/17/2005||731|
|This Shaanxi Y-8 was destroyed during the landing on the runway.||11/22/2007||1,470|