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Central African Republic: NGO Highlights Problems With Sex Abuse Probe

allAfrica.com Saturday, 16 September 2017 ()
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -The United Nations said on Thursday it was looking into allegations that complaints of sexual abuse and exploitation made against its peacekeepers in the conflict-torn Central African Republic were mishandled or unreported.
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News video: CAR president urges UN to boost peacekeeping forces

CAR president urges UN to boost peacekeeping forces 02:23

Faustin-Archange Touadera, Central African Republic president, has urged the UN to boost its peacekeeping force in the country. Speaking at a news conference ahead of UN General Assembly, he warned of a surge in violence.

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