Friday 1 April 2016

UN Military Peacekeepers Force Under-age Girls to Have S*x with Dogs

The United Nations is currently investigating up to use cases allegedly perpetrated by international peacekeepers in Central African Republic (CAR) with the vast majority of victims being under-age girls.
The United Nations announced 108 new sexual abuse cases allegedly by international peacekeepers in Central African Republic (CAR) with the vast majority of victims being children.
A report by a US-based advocacy group said three girls in CAR told UN staff they were tied up and forced to have sex with a dog by a French military commander in 2014.
UN spokesman, Stephane Dujarric on Thursday, called the allegations "shocking to the core" and promised "exemplary disciplinary action" if they're proven true.
France's UN Ambassador, Francois Delattre called the allegations "sickening and odious".
The accusations, dating from 2013 through last year, were first announced by the group AIDS-Free World late on Wednesday. 
Dujarric told reporters the UN can't confirm the allegations involving the dog at this point, but investigations continue. "This issue has been out there in the public for almost a year [but] the allegations keep on coming," said Al Jazeera's James Bays, reporting from the United Nations in New York.
"People who were sent to protect the civilians are in fact becoming the perpetrators." 
A report published in late January condemned the UN for failing to respond to allegations of child abuse against peacekeepers in the Central African Republic.
The independent investigation said the UN's handling of the case was "seriously flawed",accusing it of not taking the required action after the alleged abuse of young boys by French soldiers became known.
AIDS-Free World said 98 girls in CAR reported being sexually abused between 2013 and 2015 by perpetrators who have left the country. It also said information on the alleged rape of a 16-year-old girl by a Congolese peacekeeper only three days ago in a hotel room has been turned over to the United Nations.
"We must face the fact that a number of troops sent to protect people instead acted with hearts of darkness," Dujarric said.
The UN human rights chief, Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, in a statement called the allegations"sickening". He said all three countries whose peacekeepers are accused - Burundi, Gabon and France - have been formally notified.
Governments must do more to stop abuse and hold their troops accountable, "otherwise this awful cycle of abuse will never end", Hussein said.

Source: Al Jazeera

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