Justice Oversees Criminal Tribunal For Rwanda

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Victims Of African Violence Sing For Justice

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Charges Filed In Case Of Missing Somali-Americans

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Paying Ransom, Does It Exacerbate Pirate Issue?

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Latin America Sees Increase In African Refugees

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NPR's Michele Norris talks to Dina Temple-Raston about the case.

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South Africa's War On Crime Claims Innocent Victims

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Ofeibea Quist-Arcton On Reporting From W. Africa

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In this photo from June 2009, two boys push a wheelbarrow outside a camp for members of the Kikuyu tribe chased off their farms by members of the Kalenjin community in Eldoret, Kenya. Eldoret was the site of some of the worst tribal clashes after the country's December 2007 presidential elections. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wounds Of Post-Election Violence Still Raw In Kenya

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Why Do Countries Rich In Oil Still Have Poverty?

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In Mexico, An Eritrean Man Sets His Sights On U.S.

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Aby Ba (left) and Ousmane Mactar Ba play the board game Jekaben, which was created by their father, Senegalese entrepreneur Salif Tidiane Ba, in Dakar, Senegal. Jekaben, which means "let's unite and work together" in a local language, celebrates the idea of Pan-African unity. Idy Sy for NPR hide caption

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Not-So-Trivial Pursuit Of A United States Of Africa

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Father Samuel (left) holds the hand and the face of a rape victim as they pray at the Heal Africa clinic in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, on Aug. 11, just after the Congolese woman underwent surgery to repair physical damage suffered while being raped. Hundreds of thousands of women have been brutally raped in the country's nearly decade-long conflict. Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In War Zones, Rape Is A Powerful Weapon

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