Linda speaks with Elizabeth Neuffer, the European Bureau chief for the Boston Globe, about the problems facing the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. The Tribunal must serve justice to those who participated in the genocidal attacks on Rwanda's Tutsi people in 1994. More than half a million people were slaughtered. Neuffer says the Tribunal's efforts have been hindered by a lack of funding, staffing, and equipment, as well as corruption inside the Tribunal itself.



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