Following violent attacks by Hutu extremists inside refugee camps, nearly a million Rwandans began to leave the camps and head back home.
A week after killings began, Washington Post photographer went to the border between Rwanda and Tanzania.
A Rwandan rebel returns home to his mother for the first time in 15 years.
Why would so many Mideast diplomatic buildings stay open, while four in sub-Saharan Africa be closed?
After years of operating with impunity in the Congo, something changed very dramatically for Bosco Ntaganda.
"He looks me in the eye and says, 'We didn't kill you this morning.'"
Indicted in 2006 for war crimes in the Congo, today he walked into a U.S. embassy and asked to face the International Criminal Court.
Years after being indicted by the International Criminal Court and with no apparent warning, "the terminator" has given himself up.