Reporter's Notebook

Ratko Mladic: A symbol of the project of evil

Year after year, I have been recording the testimonies of people whose loved ones were killed in Srebrenica by Serb forces.

Ratko Mladic: A symbol of the project of evil

Genocide

Timeline: Ratko Mladic's road to judgement

A UN court is due to pass its final verdict against Mladic for heading one of the worst massacres in recent history.

Timeline: Ratko Mladic's road to judgement

Indonesia

US knew of Indonesian anti-communist massacre

Recently released US documents show US government was aware of mass killing of communists in 1965-66 after Suharto coup.

US knew of Indonesian anti-communist massacre

Asia

Bangladesh FM: Violence against Rohingya 'is genocide'

Bangladesh's rights commission also says it's considering 'pressing for a trial against Myanmar' on charges of genocide.

Bangladesh FM: Violence against Rohingya 'is genocide'

Middle East

Three years on: 'The Yazidis' wound is still bleeding'

Three years after ISIL's attack on Iraq's Yazidis, UN says world powers have not done enough to address the genocide.

UN: Yazidi genocide in Iraq still ongoing, unaddressed

Al Jazeera Selects

Rwanda: King of the Mountain

A young man tries to change his country, which still shows the scars of genocide, through cycling.

Witness

Namibia: Skulls of my People

Tribal leaders in Namibia fight the German government for the return of hundreds of skulls taken for racial experiments.

United States

US VP warns of ISIL 'genocide' against Christians

Critics are taking Mike Pence to task for associating the word 'genocide' with ISIL attacks on Christians worldwide.

US VP warns of ISIL 'genocide' against Christians

Europe

Pope pleads for forgiveness over Rwanda genocide

Catholic church was accused of being close to Hutu-led government in 1994 when 800,000 mostly Tutsis were killed.

 Pope apologises for church's role in Rwanda genocide

Africa

Namibia tribes lodge case against Germany over genocide

Lawyers representing indigenous tribes appear in New York court over colonial-era massacre of 100,000 people.

Human Rights

Cambodian court upholds sentences of Khmer Rouge chiefs

Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan were part of regime responsible for the deaths of up to two million Cambodians.

Rwanda

Catholic bishops apologise for role in Rwanda genocide

Catholic Church in Rwanda says it regrets actions of "all Christians for all forms of wrongs" during massacres in 1994.

Catholic bishops apologise for role in Rwanda genocide

Bosnia

Could a Bosnian Serb become mayor of Srebrenica?

Divided Bosnia fears fresh crisis as genocide-denier claims to have won mayoral race in Srebrenica election.

Srebrenica tense as Bosnian Serb poised to become mayor

Human Rights

US, Iraqi Yazidis accuse ISIL of committing genocide

US State Department says mass graves found in Sinjar are clear evidence ISIL carried out genocide.

Turkey

Pope calls mass killings of Armenians 'genocide'

During his visit to Yerevan, leader of the Catholic Church describes 1915 killing as great catastrophe of last century.

Pope Francis speaks of 'genocide' in Armenia