A French priest in Cambodia. An idealistic U.S. Senate staffer in Iraq. A Canadian general in Rwanda. Each one tried to focus the world's attention on genocide. Each time, they were shunned, ignored or told it was someone else's problem. Overview »
Witness to Evil
• The world's most heinous crime
• Amanpour: Voices of hope in the face of evil
• Polish Jew gave his life defining, fighting genocide
• Priest tried to warn of Cambodia's insanity
• 'Idealist' tried to halt Saddam's Kurdish slaughter
• Read once-secret Reagan administration documents on Iraq
• 'Bombs for peace' after slaughter in Bosnia
• As genocide raged, general's pleas for help ignored
• 'A horror movie and a snuff movie'
• They killed their neighbors: genocide's foot soldiers
Stories of Survival
• Genocide survivor keeps memory of victims alive
• Woman opens heart to man who slaughtered her family
• Survivor recalls horrors of Cambodia
• Nusreta's story: 'We could see the blood everywhere'
• Sex slave: 'Every day we were raped'
• Color, hope return to war-ravaged city
• Buchenwald liberator, American hero dies at 83
In our words
About the ShowCNN's Christiane Amanpour traveled to the world's killing fields to understand the world's indifference, even as courageous voices tried to "Scream Bloody Murder." A worldwide investigation and two-hour documentary on CNN.