In June 2007, Amnesty International launched a human rights project and accompanying web site called Eyes On Darfur, which uses high resolution commercial satellite images of villages in the Darfur region. It features before and after satellite images of destroyed villages and villages at risk, as well as documented reports and personal accounts from the victims of the genocide and ethnic cleansing. There is a well detailed history of the conflict and the weak international response. There is also a disturbing photo gallery from the book: Darfur: Twenty Years of War and Genocide in Sudan. Finally there is a “Take Action” section that has four separate online petitions to President Bush of the USA; President al-Bashir of Sudan; President Deby of Chad; and President Putin of Russia, demanding that they do their part to stop the genocide.