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Technology Chases War Crime Suspects

Hunting those suspected of warm crimes has always been a difficult business, because the suspects want to dig deep to hide. But the War Crimes Watch List (WCWL) is using a mix of the old-fashionedand hi-tech in their search for two men suspected of crimes against humanity in the Sudan, Ahmed Haroun and Janjaweed leader Ali Muhammad Ali Abd al-Rahman, according to a BBC report. The men wereboth indicted by the International Criminal Court last year.   Haroun is actually the Sudanese Humanitarian Affairs Minister and use to be the minister incharge of Darfur. It’s believed he help organize the a-Rahman’s Jinjaweed militia, the group responsible for many atrocities in Darfur.   The WCWL has pinpointed the last knownpositions of both men with Google Earth and has put out an appeal to Facebook users to help them track the men so they can be arrested.   James Smith, chief executive of the Aegis Trust, thegroup with issues the “Wanted for War Crimes” list, said:   "Someone, somewhere, knows where they are. They shouldn’t be allowed to live out their last days in luxury. Theirfuture lies in a courtroom. That’s what their victims deserve."