Wikileaks | January 14, 2008

Wikileaks has released 70 United Nations investigative reports classified “Strictly Confidential”. The reports expose matters from allegations of hundreds of European peace-keepers abusing refugee girls to generals in Peru using Swiss bank accounts to engage in multi-million dollar frauds against the UN.

The bulk of the reports were released today with 17 reports relating to Kosovo having being released on 24 Oct 2008.

A number of the reports are both classified “Strictly Confidential” and have selected regions redacted. Often these redacted regions can be “unredacted” by “cut and pasting” the blanked region. On the description page for each report, where possible, Wikileaks has provided a simple text version of the report that includes the redacted information.

Since the number reports exceeds the ability of the world press to digest them, we ask that journalists and other investigators take responsibility for those those reports immediately before and after the month and day of their date of birth.

Strictly Confidential Investigation case reports (58)

Strictly Confidential Procurement Task Force reports, 2006-2007 (18)

Strictly Confidential Kosovo corruption reports (17)

All oversight reports (614)

Many of these reports are also available at the United States UN mission, although, interestingly, not generally from the UN itself.


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