It is 12 years since Rwanda’s 100 days of genocide. The world did little to stop the massacres, but afterwards the United Nations set up an international court in the Tanzanian town of Arusha to try the ringleaders.
Driver Livingstone Shabeyo, who is employed by the UN tribunal, describes his life.
I work at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). I was born in the village of Mulo in the Kilimanjaro region and went to school here in Arusha