Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda appeared before the International Criminal Court in The Hague this week, after turning himself in. Financial Times correspondent Katrina Manson was one of the last journalists to interview Ntaganda before his surrender.
An historian from the Netherlands has garnered a great deal of attention for her stunning combination of historic photographs with the same location in modern day. Jo Hedwig Teeuwisse says she's always been fascinated by history -- and this is an outlet for that.
Europe was barely given a mention during the final Presidential debate. Willem Post is with the Clingendael Institute for International Relations in the Hague. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Post about the Europe snub.
Charles Taylor, 64, the former leader of Liberia, convicted war criminal and American college student, will very likely spend the rest of his natural life in prison as punishment for the role he played in the violent crimes during the Sierra Leone civil war.
The war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic was suspended Thursday because of a clerical error by the prosecution. Earlier, the court heard a detailed description of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, which Mladic is accused of ordering.
Ratko Mladic went on trial at The Hague this week, accused of committing war crimes during the ethnic violence there in the 1990s. He'd been on the run for years. His trial, though, has kindled strong feelings in Serbia and caused his foes and his fans to engage in an ongoing graffiti war.
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