In May 2007, only 12 cases of sexual violence were filed with prosecutors appointed to carry out Colombia's special Justice and Peace Law. Today that number stands at 228.
Many soldiers haven't seen wages for months. Meanwhile, a Hutu militia is increasing attacks on civilians in response to the military offensive.
As consumers, we can use buying power to end this deadly war driven by "conflict minerals."
Populist Jacob Zuma's expected victory in Wednesday's presidential poll unnerves some well-to-do South Africans, but others are drawn to his commitment to the traditional value of 'ubuntu.'
After the genocide, ordinary Rwandans wonder: Can survivors and killers share hilltops again?
Six case studies – from Vancouver’s otters to Congo’s gorillas
A former 'big man' deserts his Congo-based militia after learning more about the country he left
The effort plays out in local courts as well as camps that teach the culture of a 'new' Rwanda.
Out of 800,000 deaths emerged a new system of justice and more peacekeepers. But will either prove effective or enduring?