Violence followed the Kenyan elections in 2007. One of the flashpoints was the massive shantytown of Kibera. A new film tells the story of the post-election violence through the eyes of those who witnessed it. The World's Andrea Crossan has the story.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art in Moscow. The World's David Leveille tells us about a new CD from Dutch musician Diederick Van Eck. It's inspired by the paintings of Vincent van Gogh.
South Africa's former top cop gets a 15-year sentence for corruption. The BBC's Jonah Fisher tells David Baron how testimony detailed the police chief's clandestine shopping trips on the tab of one of the country's leading underworld figures.
The West African nation of Liberia needs a functioning judicial system badly for many reasons, including for settling land disputes. Some refugees have returned to find other people living on their land. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
The man believed to be the last surviving person sent to a concentration camp for being a homosexual decided to speak out. He's 97 now, and has just published a book about his experience. The World's Genevieve Oger has more.