From crawling on the carpet with Ronald Reagan to sipping tea with the Che Guevara of Afghanistan, former staffers recount stories as the Monitor transitions to new formats.
FDLR militia targets civilians, aid workers, and officials who supported the Congo-Rwanda effort.
Pope Benedict XVI arrived Tuesday for his first visit as pope. The continent has seen a steady rise in religion, with Catholics making up one-fifth of the population.
The Congolese ex-militia leader is the first man to stand trial at the International Criminal Court. Back home, some defend their native son as simply protecting his people.
The president’s pragmatic worldview is likely to temper military engagement overseas.
Thousands of men and women from poverty-stricken Uganda risk their lives for $600 a month in Iraq.
The arrest warrant for Sudan's president is indicative of the mounting pressure on the International Criminal Court to show results.
From atomic bombs to cellphones, a history of uranium’s rise.
Rebel leaders Issa Sesay, Morris Kallon, and Augustine Gbao were found guilty Wednesday on more than a dozen counts each of crimes against humanity.