Hyppolite Ntigurirwa watched as his father was brutally murdered during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. He was just 7 years old. Hyppolite tells Brent Goff how he has come to forgive and why he devotes his life working as an ambassador for peace.
During the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the world failed to intervene. Despite later setting up an international tribunal to try the perpetrators, opinions remain divided on whether or not the court dispensed justice.
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda identified murder and rape as a means of perpetrating genocide, setting a precedent for the world. That's why we should cherish international justice, writes Fred Muvunyi.
A group of academics and human rights activists has used the launch of the Paris Peace Forum to pressure President Macron to use France's "considerable influence" to help bring Cameroon's ongoing conflict to an end.
The Democratic Republic of Congo's military says it has shot dead Rwandan Hutu rebel leader Sylvestre Mudacumura. The International Criminal Court had sought his arrest on war crime charges.
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