Big interviews are all in a day's work for Focus on Africa. We have archived some of our favourites here for you to enjoy again.A French judge's call for Rwanda President Kagame to be tried for killing the former leader has left relations between France and Rwanda in tatters. Kasim Kayira asked President Kagame about it.Continued instability in Somalia was on the agenda when the US assistant secretary of state for Africa, Jendayi Frazer attended talks in London. Hassan Arouni asked her about US concerns.Nearly two years after the signing of Sudan's north-south peace deal, key issues remain unresolved. Joseph Warungu asks Vice-President Salva Kiir why implementation is so slow?Nigeria's ex-military leader General Ibrahim Babangida came to power by coup and famously annulled an election. Komla Dumor asks whether he really intends to make a political comeback? As LRA fighters leave the bush and gather at locations in southern Sudan, as part of the three week old ceasefire. Maureen Mundea asks Sam Kutesa Uganda's foreign minister what next?Incumbent president Joseph Kabila and one of the sitting vice-presidents, Jean-Pierre Bemba spoke to Focus on Africa reporters in the run up to the first free election in more than 40 years.As the UN security council was due to discuss the deteriorating security situation in Somalia, Damian Zane called up Prime Minister Ali Mohammed Ghedi to ask if there was any prospect of a deal.President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of Liberia visited the UK in May 2006 on a donor drive to help rebuild the war-ravaged economy in her country. Veronique Edwards went to meet her.On 24th May 2006 the southern Sudanese vice president, Riek Machar told Joseph Warungu about his face-to-face meeting with LRA leader, Joseph Kony a few days earlier.