Sudan keeps seat on U.N. rights panel
bq. In elections Tuesday for 14 seats on the main U.N. human rights watchdog, the coalition said three out of four African seats will be filled by non-democratic regimes -- Sudan, Guinea and Togo. In Asia, Vietnam and Pakistan, which both have questionable human rights records, are vying for seats and at least one will be elected, it said.
"What I saw was village after village which has been burnt down," [British journalist] Phil Cox said on CNN's International Correspondents program.
"Usually there are bodies around the villages. There are mass graves outside. When I say mass graves, I mean large pits in the earth, maybe 10 to 20 bodies in them, and these pits, 20 to 30 pits around the villages."
Give me one good reason why the U.N. should not be dismantled.