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The UN may be overselling its deal, but ultimately Yemenis need to put their weight fully behind any peace bid for it to truly succeed.
Rwanda, part 4: The ‘reconciliation villages’ where genocide survivor and perpetrator live side by side
It hasn’t been easy for some to forgive, especially as many perpetrators are yet to confess to their roles or repent for their crimes.
A fledgling investigations office has unearthed controversy, but few answers, for relatives of the civil war’s disappeared.
As Congo wrestles with Ebola, one lesson from survivors of the deadliest ever outbreak is that the trauma long outlives the virus.
Critics say the freeze isn’t merited and is more about politics and the possible media fallout if money ended up in the wrong hands.
Refugees are caught in the middle as mob violence turns on Muslim communities in the aftermath of the April suicide blasts.
With millions displaced and hunger growing, some South Sudanese worry that the longer the deal is delayed, the less likely peace will stick.
One month after the first Red Cross aid shipment arrived in Venezuela, how do top officials Yves Daccord and Elhadj As Sy think it's going?
External assistance has become a contentious topic among some Palestinians. Is community philanthropy the answer?
More than 50,000 people have sought safety from war in Old Fangak. There is barely enough food and other supplies to sustain them.