The UN has covered up claims that its troops in Democratic Republic of Congo gave arms to militias and smuggled gold and ivory, the BBC has learned. . . . These are not the only allegations to have been brought against peacekeepers in DR Congo.
In December 2006, former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan said Moroccan troops had been involved in widespread sexual abuse.
"There have been crimes such as rape, paedophilia and human trafficking," he said, shortly before leaving office.
HT to Mr. Reynolds, who correctly points out that this won't get much MSM play since there is no Anti-American angle.