Tag: genocide

6 articles

The Monster Next Door

Beatrice Munyenyezi told her New Hampshire neighbors that she was refugee from the Rwandan genocide. Half of that was true.


Life in the Valley of Death

The Srebrenica massacre, almost 20 years later.


A Solution From Hell

A history of humanitarian intervention.


Congo: The Horror

Inside the conflict that has caused more deaths than any since WWII—with no end in sight.


The Gangster Prince of Liberia

How the illegitimate son of Liberian ex-President (and accused cannibal) Charles Taylor went from being a small time Florida hoodlum to one of Africa’s most notorious killers.


Iraq’s Walking Dead

Kurdistan is the safest and most stable region in Iraq and at the center of its modern history is Amna Surak Prison, ground zero for both a genocide and an uprising.