The UN is raping too much
The scandal that wasn't: The tradition of sexual abuses by UN "Peacekeepers" (to name a few: Cambodia, Haiti, Congo, Liberia). And it's not only the military personnel being concerned. Minors of course are not spared.
295 cases of sexual abuse were investigated last year in the UN. And that's only 295 cases the UN is willing to tell us about. :
There are still too many complaints of sexual abuse against United Nations troops, the head of peacekeeping operations has said. ["Too many"?! -ed.]While the media are showing some sort of lusty interest for Prisoner abuse pictures from Abu Ghraib and while Amnesty International (AI) calls Guantanamo the "Gulag of our time" (Irene Khan, AI's secretary general should be jailed for this statement, since deniers of the Shoah are as well), it is interesting to note that this UN scandal (like Oil-for-food to a certain extent) doesn't really arouse anybody's interest. I wonder what AI would call it if US soldiers behaved this way - I easily imagine the disgusting pictures the Spiegel would be publishing with delight.