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Burundi

A small landlocked state in central Africa, sandwiched between its vast neighbours Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi has suffered as much from ethnic conflict as its other (equally tiny) neighbour, Rwanda. Yet while the 1993 Rwandan genocide continues to commandeer international attention, Burundi’s travails tend to slip under the radar.…

  • Tue Sep 6 07:48:18 2016
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Trial and Error

In Rwanda, thousands of accused killers await justice…

  • Thu Dec 1 16:35:00 2005
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Rwanda

Rwanda after the genocide, in our Country Profile series.…

  • Tue Sep 6 08:10:40 2016
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Attention!

Dylan Mathews explores new media methods that break down conflict in Africa.…

  • Mon Aug 1 09:46:00 2005
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UN fails to act on genocide

Crisis in Darfur – history in the remaking.…

  • Fri Jul 8 09:52:00 2016
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The looting of the Congo

Colette Braekman uncovers what lies at the heart of the worlds deadliest war.…

  • Sat May 1 22:53:00 2004
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Rwanda survivors targeted

Rwanda survivors targeted.…

  • Fri Jul 8 09:52:00 2016
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Experiments In Democracy

Experiments In Democracy…

  • Fri Sep 5 08:01:01 2003
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Experiments in democracy

Whether it’s Hutus and Tutsis with a history of massacre, the losing side in post-civil war Spain, or shell-shocked Argentineans, human beings are endlessly reinventing real democracies of infinite variety and hope.…

  • Mon Sep 1 09:56:00 2003
  • Rank: 100

Brave Steps Towards Peace

Brave Steps Towards Peace…

  • Thu Dec 5 07:01:01 2002
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