We track four people on their journey.
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Inside Story | 23 Nov 2010 12:15 GMT | Politics
More than two years after his arrest, the trial of DR Congo's former vice-president, Jean-Pierre Bemba, has finally begun at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.Bemba faces charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.So what is the significance of this trial and how effective is the international criminal court a custodian of justice?Inside Story discusses.This episode of Inside Story aired on Monday, November 22, 2010.
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Jean-Pierre Bemba pleads not guilty to charges of murder and rape as his war crimes trial begins at The Hague.
Politics, Africa, Central African Republic, Congo
Neither the issue of command responsibility, nor the question of mass rape as a weapon of war, are new to international
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Poverty & Development, Asia, India
Cubans get amnesty at the US border, but reaching it involves a risky journey along the Central American migrant trail.
Human Rights, Latin America, Cuba
In many ways, Michael is just like any other 11-year-old, but he has had four open heart surgeries.
Health, US & Canada
Follow a dancer through the exhaustion and jubilation of Peru's days-long Virgin of Candelaria festival.
Arts & Culture, Latin America, Peru
Activist Maryam al-Khawaja in debate with Mansoor al-Arayedh, the chairman of the Gulf Council for Foreign Relations.
Human Rights, Bahrain, Arab Spring
As the WHO investigates the massive outbreak of microcephaly in Brazil, we travel to ground zero of the epidemic.
Health, Latin America, Brazil
Hundreds of Cambodian journalists make a living by uncovering news and then extorting bribes to bury the story.
Media, Journalism, Cambodia
How will improving relations between communist Cuba and the capitalist US affect the lives of people on both sides?
Politics, United States, Cuba