May 6, 2015 - Josh Lyons

May 6, 2015
Josh Lyons

When crimes against humanity are committed, in Yemen, Syria, Iraq or Nigeria, the scenes of the crimes are often too remote, or simply too dangerous for on the ground investigation. So how are they revealed to the world? Today’s answer: satellite surveillance, which is what Josh Lyons manages for Human Rights Watch. He’ll tell us what he sees and how he does it.



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