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Genocide

Armenian genocide: why the debate rages, a century on

Briefing
Mon 20 Apr, AT 11:32

Turkey says there was no systematic attempt to wipe out Armenians, but many scholars disagree

Former Bosnian Serb Military Leader Ratko Mladic

Is Ratko Mladic guilty of war crimes and genocide in Bosnia?

Briefing
Mon 19 May, AT 09:59

The 'Butcher of Bosnia' begins his defence today, as court considers charges crimes against humanity

Anti-Balaka fighters show their weapons outside Bangui

UN to send peacekeepers after Central African Republic flare-up

One-Minute Read
Fri 11 Apr, AT 15:08

At least 30 people, many of them civilians, died in clashes between Christian and Muslim militias this week

Briton Chris Preece latest victim of South Africa's farm murders

First Post
Tue 27 Nov, AT 11:34

Londoner hacked to death and wife left seriously injured in latest attack on white farm owners

Genocide? I should be rewarded for good works, says Karadzic

Briefing
Tue 16 Oct, AT 11:18

The former Bosnian Serb leader denies charges of genocide and war crimes. What is his defence?

Mladic trial halted over 'errors' as 'Butcher' applauds evidence

One-Minute Read
Thu 17 May, AT 14:06

Bosnian Serb commander claps as court shows film of him in Srebrenica before massacre

Ivory Coast protests

Shootings and rapes: the story of the Ivory Coast

Wed 9 Mar, AT 08:54
Venetia Rainey

Briefing: How this sub- Saharan cocoa country came to be on the ‘brink of genocide’

Khmer Rouge

Justice finally catches up with Comrade Duch of the Khmer Rouge

News
Wed 23 Sep, AT 07:37

Comrade Duch, or Kang Kek Iew, could be the last of the Khmer Rouge to face justice for the genocide of the late 1970s

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