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Has the international court system provided Rwandan genocide survivors proper justice?
Institutional mechanisms for intervention after the Rwandan genocide did not prevent violence in CAR and South Sudan.
One couple hopes to take action against high-profile Rwandan exiles, alleged to have been deeply complicit in crimes.
Rwanda has made rapid strides in development since 1994.
Is justice imminent for the victims of the genocide in Rwanda?
French court paves way for pair accused of 1994 massacre to be tried at home, though they could still challenge verdict.
We discuss the current state of human rights in the world and ask if governments are doing enough to protect them.
War Crimes Rewards Programme offers $5m each for information leading to arrest or capture of Joseph Kony and his aides.
Tanzania-based UN court orders release of two ex-ministers sentenced in 2011 by lower court dealing with 1994 genocide.
Augustin Ngirabatware sentenced to 35 years in jail by UN tribunal for his role in 1994 genocide.
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