Nonfiction: From the Rwandan Genocide to Chicago: A Young Author Survived to Tell Her Story

Clemantine Wamariya crisscrossed Africa with her teenage sister, enduring hunger, poverty, violence and trauma. Her memoir, “The Girl Who Smiled Beads,” recounts her journey.

Review: In ‘The Uncondemned,’ Rwandan Rape Survivors Seek Justice

Facing an uphill battle, a small legal team puts a former Rwandan mayor on trial for his role in encouraging and ordering rapes during the country’s 1994 genocide.