Srebrenica

Bosnia marks 25 years since Srebrenica genocide amid pandemic

Killing of 8,000 Muslims in 1995 by Serb troops was the only genocide on European soil since the second world war.

Bosnia marks 25 years since Srebrenica genocide amid pandemic

Opinion

In Srebrenica, a new war is waged

The Bosnian war may have ended 25 years ago, but a new one is waged over the memory of the genocide victims.

Emir Suljagic

by Emir Suljagic

Emir Suljagic

Srebrenica

'Butcher of Srebrenica' still on trial 25 years after genocide

With Ratko Mladic in ailing health, survivors worry he may die before the appeals ruling in his war crimes trial.

'Butcher of Srebrenica' still on trial 25 years after genocide

Srebrenica

Survivors recount Bosnia's Srebrenica genocide, 25 years on

Bosnia marks the 25th anniversary of a genocide committed by Serb forces in Srebrenica where thousands perished.

Survivors recount Bosnia's Srebrenica genocide, 25 years on

Srebrenica

What are the 10 stages of genocide?

Examining what led to the massacre of thousands of Bosniaks, on the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.

What are the 10 stages of genocide?

Rohingya

Myanmar finds troops guilty in Rohingya atrocities court-martial

In rare action, three military officers found guilty as Myanmar faces genocide charges at UN court over 2017 crackdown.

Myanmar finds troops guilty in Rohingya atrocities court-martial

Al Jazeera World

Bosnian Leader Alija Izetbegovic: From Prisoner to President

He inspired a nation, fought against the siege of Sarajevo and founded Bosnia-Herzegovina as an independent state.

The Listening Post

Felicien Kabuga: The man behind Rwanda's hate media

Kabuga co-founded and funded Rwanda's infamous radio station RTLM, which played a key role in the country's genocide.

The Listening Post

Monuments of history or bigotry? The politics of statues

Should historic statues remain standing even if they celebrate racism? Plus, the man behind Rwanda's hate media.

Rwanda

French court allows access to Rwandan genocide archives

Top court approves researcher's request to access Mitterrand's documents, says debate is a matter of 'public interest'.

French court allows access to Rwandan genocide archives

Rwanda

'Music to kill to': Rwandan genocide survivors remember RTLM

Following the arrest of genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga, survivors reflect on the role of the radio station he funded.

'Music to kill to': Rwandan genocide survivors remember RTLM

Rwanda

French court backs UN trial for Rwanda genocide suspect Kabuga

Appeals court in Paris rules Kabuga should be handed over to a UN tribunal in Tanzania to stand trial.

French court backs UN trial for Rwanda genocide suspect Kabuga

Opinion

Who should try Rwandan genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga?

Many Rwandans would like to see the man accused of funding the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi put on trial in Rwanda.

Nicola Palmer

by Nicola Palmer

Nicola Palmer

Opinion

Remembering my father's Biafra: The politics of erasing history

Decades after the Nigeria-Biafra war, the truth of what happened is denied, so we forfeit the chance to learn from it.

Innocent Chizaram Ilo

by Innocent Chizaram Ilo

Innocent Chizaram Ilo

Genocide

Ex-mayor in Rwanda sentenced to life for role in 1994 genocide

Ladislas Ntaganzwa convicted for plotting to exterminate Tutsis and ordering the killing of more than 25,000 people.

Ex-mayor in Rwanda sentenced to life for role in 1994 genocide