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The challenges of finding the truth in cases of crimes against humanity is revealed in the trial of a Rwandan priest.
The ICC's first sentencing shows how far the court has come in its first decade, but more work remains to be done.
First woman and African to head International Criminal Court vows to work for justice for the victims of her continent.
We ask if the appointment of an African as ICC chief prosecutor will impact the Court's work on the continent.
Gregory Ndahimana jailed for 15 years by UN-backed court for genocide after 2,000 Tutsis killed in his village in 1994.
Former minister of women's affairs becomes first female to be convicted of genocide by UN court for Rwanda.
UN court in Tanzanian city of Arusha jails Augustine Bizimungu for 30 years for role in Rwanda's 1994 genocide.
At least two people killed in Arusha as security forces opened fire on crowd after an opposition leader was arrested.
Survivors of and participants in the Rwandan genocide talk about their struggle to overcome the past and to reconcile.
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Peter Erlinder, facing genocide denial charges, is granted bail on medical grounds.
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