Inside Story

Are Rwandans paying a price for peace after the genocide?

President Paul Kagame has overseen an economic boom but critics argue he has stifled dissent and political opposition.

Rwanda

'Never again': 25 years on, Rwanda commemorates genocide victims

Ceremony commemorating killing of 800,000 people in 1994 ushers in week of remembrance, 100 days of national mourning.

Rwanda

Rwanda set for emotional commemoration of 1994 genocide

Twenty-five years on, Rwanda keeps alive the memory of more than 800,000 people killed during 100 days of Hutu violence.

Rwanda

In 1994, 100s took shelter in this Rwanda mosque. Only 8 survived

On 25th anniversary of Rwandan genocide, residents in Mabare village share stories of survival, heroism and tragedy.

AJ IMPACT

'Naming and shaming' Myanmar army's business buddies

Facebook and Western Union are among the most recognisable names on 'dirty list' distributed by human rights activists.

Campaigners target firms doing business with Myanmar's military

Inside Story

What legacy did Karadzic and the war leave behind for Bosnia?

Tribunal at The Hague increases jail sentence of former Bosnian Serb leader for genocide and war crimes.

Bosnia

Karadzic sentence increased to life for Bosnia genocide: UN

Ruling comes as a panel of UN judges rejects Karadzic's appeal against his original 2016 conviction.

Bosnia

Radovan Karadzic faces final verdict in war crimes case

Karadzic was convicted in 2016 for the Srebrenica massacre of more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys by Serb forces.

Radovan Karadzic faces final verdict in war crimes case

Rohingya

US law firm says Myanmar committed genocide against Rohingya

Public International Law & Policy Group says international community must investigate, bring perpetrators to justice.

US law firm says Myanmar committed genocide against Rohingya

Rohingya

Myanmar seizes boat with 93 Rohingya fleeing to Malaysia

UN-mandated investigators have accused Myanmar's army of 'genocidal intent' and ethnic cleansing.

Myanmar seizes boat with 93 Rohingya fleeing to Malaysia

Latin America

Guatemala: Ex-soldier sent to jail for over 5,000 years

Symbolic 5,160-year prison term is handed down for a massacre during Guatemala's civil war.

Guatemala sentences ex-soldier to over 5,000 years in prison

Cambodia

Cambodia reiterates Khmer Rouge tribunal's work is complete

Sar Kheng says UN-backed war crimes court has no need to prosecute anyone beyond the Khmer Rouge senior leadership.

Cambodia reiterates Khmer Rouge tribunal's work is complete

Cambodia

Cambodia: Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of genocide, court rules

Verdict after years of trial is first time any Khmer Rouge leaders were found guilty of genocide for 1975-79 terror.

Cambodia: Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of genocide, court rules

Cambodia

40 years on, Khmer Rouge leaders face genocide verdict

Tribunal to decide Friday whether Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan are guilty of genocide against Cham Muslims, Vietnamese.

40 years on, Khmer Rouge leaders face genocide verdict

Rohingya

Bangladesh silent on Canada offer to take Rohingya refugees

The UN has documented a 'frenzy of sexual violence' by Myanmar soldiers against Rohingya women and mass killings.

Bangladesh silent on Canada offer to take Rohingya refugees