Ban Ki Moon embarks on a swing through South east Asia, including Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and China. He will face stiff resistance to a U.S. proposal for a commission of inquiry for rights abuses in Burma.
Ban has a J'accuse! moment at the European Parliament in which he takes on the growing tide of anti-Muslim bigotry on the continent. "Europe's darkest chapters have been written in language such as this," he says.
The DRC report isn't the only UN conflict mapping report to leak recently. A controversial report on armed conflict in Afghanistan from 1978 to 2001 has resurfaced online. Here are seven things you need to know about that report.
And another one bites the dust...except, there are far more suspects at large than there are behind bars. In fact, it is a small miracle anytime the International Criminal Court is able to detain a suspect.
I speak with Melanie Teff, one of co-authors of a new Refugees International report about the condition of Haiti's IDPs. She paints a very bleak picture of the plight of nearly 1 million Haitians displaced by the earthquake nearly ten months ago.
The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights released a comprehensive report on war crimes and human rights violations in the DRC between 1993 and 2003. A first step to ending a culture of impunity in the region?