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Rwanda ex-presidential candidate denies insurrection charge
Former Rwanda presidential candidate denies charges of insurrection, forgery
Jailed Rwandan opposition figure accuses president
Jailed Rwandan opposition figure says she was detained for challenging longtime president
Mother of Rwanda candidate reports torture in police custody
Mother of former Rwanda presidential candidate reports torture in police custody
Rwanda military often tortures detainees, rights group says
Rwanda's military routinely tortures detainees with beatings, asphyxiations, mock executions and electric shocks, Human Rights Watch alleged Tuesday, ramping up accusations of serious abuses that have dogged the government over the years. A new report by the rights group describes unlawful
Remembering Rwanda Genocide: 20 Years Later
Mourners gathered to remember the 800,000 people killed between April and June 1994.
Susan Rice: Why the UN Ambassador Made a Controversial Candidate
United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice removed herself from possible consideration as secretary of state after becoming yet another player in the divide between the left and right. Rice, who withdrew her name Thursday, has faced months of criticism over how she characterized the Sept. 11 attack on a
U.S. Sends Top Africa Diplomat For Congo Peace Talks
White House and State Department officials confirmed that the Obama administration has dispatched the top U.S. diplomat for Africa, Johnny Carson, to Central Africa this weekend to help negotiate an end the latest crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo. “I can tell you that...
Today In Pictures: Sept. 12, 2011
Nepalese soldiers in a traditional uniform participate in the Indra Jatra festival in Katmandu, Nepal, Sept. 12, 2011. (Binod Joshi/AP Photo) African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) members sing “Shoot the Boer”, Sept. 12, 2011, after a judge ruled the black man who leads...
White House battles critics on action in Libya
The White House pushed back hard Thursday against criticism of President Obama's Libya policy, arranging a classified briefing for Congress next week and promising that Obama soon will address the American people again about the scope and purpose of U.S. military actions against Moammar Gadhafi's