Suliman Baldo

Deputy Director for North Africa at the International Center for Transitional Justice

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Deputy Director for the Middle East and North Africa at the International Center for Transitional Justice in New York

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Radar and satellite images have revealed  an aquifer  the size of Lake Erie beneath the blazing desert of Darfur in western Sudan.

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Radar and satellite images have revealed an aquifer the size of Lake Erie beneath the blazing desert of Darfur in western Sudan.

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