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CNN's Christiane Amanpour has the story of one Rwandan who has made it her mission to seek justice after the genocide.
Twenty years after the Rwandan genocide, both victims and perpetrators still search for closure. Warning graphic content
Every year, beginning in April, Rwanda's government urges its citizens to "Kwibuka" -- the Rwandan word for "remember." To remember the hundreds of thousands of lives lost during the country's 1994 genocide.
When I first arrived in Rwanda's capital in 2012, I deliberately did not visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I did not want that experience to influence how I approached the country and its people.
Citing public safety concerns, U.S. officials put an early end Saturday to a weeklong roundup of a Nevada rancher's illegally grazing cattle on federal land, which became an Old West-style controversy drawing armed militia groups to the cattleman's side.
Israel successfully launched a spy satellite, which it hopes will improve its already formidable intelligence gathering.
A wildfire was raging in a highly populated area of Chile early Sunday after killing two people and consuming more than 500 homes, officials said.
Vladimir Putin is basking in the glory of territorial conquest, enjoying his highest domestic approval ratings since returning as president two years ago.
Everyday Ukrainian citizens are feeling the pain as the cost of unsubsidized Russian fuel goes up. Kellie Morgan reports.
Up to 11 military aircraft, one civil aircraft and 14 ships will assist in Sunday's search for Flight 370, Australian officials say.
Secretary of State John Kerry warned Russia after Saturday's attacks. And the National Security Council noted, "We saw similar so-called protest activities in Crimea before Russia's purported annexation."
High-level talks to defuse the Ukraine crisis, due to be held by the U.S., Russia, the EU and the Kiev government next week, amount to a big personal test for John Kerry after a notably accident-prone first year as U.S. President Barack Obama's secretary of state.
NATO has released satellite photos that show the extent of Russia's military mobilization on its border with Ukraine -- including fighter jets, tanks, artillery and thousands of soldiers who are prepared to invade within 12 hours if called upon, say officials.
The 54-year-old Michigan tree trimmer severely beaten after he accidentally struck a child who had stepped into the street earlier this month is breathing on his own, according to his daughter.
A slow-moving landslide the size of two football fields is steadily tearing apart a hilltop house from the inside and has prompted the evacuation of about 50 people and several businesses in the well-known skiing town of Jackson, Wyoming, officials said Saturday.