While Gbagbo's removal was key to ensuring that Côte d'Ivoire didn't descend into full-scale war and effectively ended the crisis of leadership, it does not signify the end of the humanitarian and economic crisis for the country.
Most NGOs receive funds from governments, but funding doesn't usually translate to control over the day-to-day work NGOs carry out.
Rape is once again deployed as a weapon of war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. On New Years day, at least 33 women in the South Kivu province were sexually assaulted by a roving militia.
About five hours ago, North Korea fired 200 rounds of artillery at an inhabited South Korean island called Yeonpyeong. South Korea responded with a fighter jet deployment and 80 rounds of artillery. In other words, it looks a lot like the two Koreas are at war.