Rights groups worried as Cambodia orders refugee camp shut
Rights groups say the government is sending a clear message that it cares little for human rights
Gbagbo rival urges tougher UN role in Ivory Coast
A violent power struggle has already claimed over 50 lives and UN says there's evidence of "massive" rights abuses
INTERVIEW-U.N. fears mass migration if Sudan vote sparks war
Hundreds of thousands may flee to neighbouring countries if fighting breaks out after referendum on secession, says U.N.
Sri Lanka lifts ban on UN war crime panel visit
Sri Lanka says it would allow the U.N. to send a representative to a locally appointed war crimes panel, reversing an earlier ban on international involvement