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International justice and Rwanda: Has the UN failed again?
Has the international court system provided Rwandan genocide survivors proper justice?
Last updated: 18 Apr 2014 11:35 GMT
Obama hopes to tap into Tanzania's boom
Discovery of large energy deposits and secession fears in East African country form backdrop for US president's visit.
Last updated: 30 Jun 2013 14:33 GMT
African tribes losing ground to conservation
Efforts to protect wildlife are pushing Maasai tribes from land on which they've grazed their cattle for generations.
Last updated: 23 May 2013 09:59 GMT
Blast hits packed church in Tanzania
One killed and dozens injured in attack in Arusha during official opening attended by Vatican ambassador to the country.
Last updated: 05 May 2013 15:41 GMT
Rwanda genocide convictions overturned
Tanzania-based UN court orders release of two ex-ministers sentenced in 2011 by lower court dealing with 1994 genocide.
Last updated: 05 Feb 2013 14:55 GMT
Rwandan ex-minister jailed for genocide
Augustin Ngirabatware sentenced to 35 years in jail by UN tribunal for his role in 1994 genocide.
Last updated: 20 Dec 2012 12:30 GMT
Truth On Trial
The challenges of finding the truth in cases of crimes against humanity is revealed in the trial of a Rwandan priest.
Last updated: 03 Oct 2012 08:16 GMT
Rwanda closes 'gacaca' genocide courts
Grassroots tribunals tried some two million people accused in 1994 genocide, earning praise for ethnic reconciliation.
Last updated: 19 Jun 2012 06:28 GMT
Profile: Fatou Bensouda
First woman and African to head International Criminal Court vows to work for justice for the victims of her continent.
Last updated: 15 Jun 2012 19:06 GMT
Rwandan politicians jailed over genocide
Two men, who headed MRND party when up to 800,000 were massacred by Hutu extremists in Rwanda, sentenced for life.
Last updated: 21 Dec 2011 15:14 GMT
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