Pulitzer-Prize winning author Tracy Kidder wrote "Strength in What Remains," the true story of a man who survived the ethnic violence between Burundi and Rwanda and managed to find his way to the United States.
Rwanda faces a huge challenge nearly 13 years after the genocide. Huge numbers of people were killed but huge numbers of people have also been implicated in the killings. The Rwandan government wants justice for the victims but it also wants to promote reconciliation. So it's created a program of community service. It's designed to help confessed killers ease back into society.
Rwanda is accusing France of direct complicity in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, and the Rwandan government has listed 33 French officials it says should be prosecuted for their role in the carnage, as The World's Jeb Sharp reports.
Minnesota lawyer Peter Erlinder is sitting in a Rwandan prison today ? accused of denying Rwanda's 1994 genocide. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Eric Janus, dean of the William Mitchell College of Law, where Peter Erlinder teaches.
French President François Hollande is having a hard time getting any traction with his political agenda. Meanwhile, US officials are having a tough time moving past the diplomatic row with India over a diplomat accused of mistreating her housekeeper. And in Italy, a politician is finally saying enough is enough — with the racism she faces.
Philip Gourevitch is the author of "We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will be Killed With Our Families: Stories from Rwanda." Gourevitch says the report released today adds more detail to previous investigations.