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Yahoo: A growing problem: U.N. peacekeepers accused of rape

Yahoo: A growing problem: U.N. peacekeepers accused of rape

October 12, 2017: Yahoo News' Michael Walsh reports on the latest allegation of sexual exploitation and abuse by a UN peacekeeper in the Central African Republic. Code Blue's Paula Donovan comments on the enormous extent of the problem, "present in UN missions around the world." (UN Photo / Marie Frechon)

Fox: UN war on sexual abuse in Central African Republic still a shambles, internal study shows

Fox: UN war on sexual abuse in Central African Republic still a shambles, internal study shows

July 27, 2017: Fox's George Russell reports on a new internal UN assessment report, revealing the UN's peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic's (MINUSCA) inadequate efforts to record, investigate and keep track of sexual exploitation and abuse allegations and train personnel. Code Blue's Paula Donovan comments on the UN's "zero-tolerance policy". (UN Photo / Sylvain Liechti)

AP: UN: Republic of Congo to Pull Troops From CAfrica Republic

AP: UN: Republic of Congo to Pull Troops From CAfrica Republic

June 21, 2017: The UN has announced that the Republic of Congo is withdrawing its peacekeeping troops from the Central African Republic, following allegations of sexual abuse. AP reports on the Code Blue Campaign's statement regarding the withdrawal. (UN Photo / Marie Frechon)

Fox: Peacekeeper battalion in Central African Republic challenges UN 'war' on sexual abuse

Fox: Peacekeeper battalion in Central African Republic challenges UN 'war' on sexual abuse

June 9, 2017: Fox's George Russell reports on the UN's confidential "operational readinesss assessment" and memo concerning a notorious Congolese peacekeeping battalion in the Central African Republic, released in the Code Blue Campaign's open letter to the Secretary-General. Code Blue's Paula Donovan asks, “What will it take for the U.N. to institute real reforms?” (UN Photo/Albert González Farran)

Reuters: Congo troops may be sent home from Central African Republic: U.N.

Reuters: Congo troops may be sent home from Central African Republic: U.N.

June 7, 2017: Reuters reports on a confidential memo released by the Code Blue Campaign, in which the force commander of the UN's mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) called for the repatriation of hundreds of Congolese troops for sexual exploitation and abuse. (UN Photo / Nektarios Markogiannis) 

AFP: UN commander in C. Africa wants Congo peacekeepers to leave

AFP: UN commander in C. Africa wants Congo peacekeepers to leave

June 6, 2017: The UN force commander in the Central African Republic is calling for hundreds of peacekeepers from Congo Republic to be sent home for sexual abuse, fuel trafficking and poor discipline, according to a confidential memo released Tuesday by the Code Blue Campaign. (UN Photo / Manuel Elias)

Media highlights: New reports of peacekeeper sexual abuse

Media highlights: New reports of peacekeeper sexual abuse

April 1, 2016: A selection of media highlights following AIDS-Free World's revelation of shocking new allegations of child sexual abuse by UN and non-UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic. (UN Photo / Marco Dormino)

Media highlights: New allegations of sexual abuse by MINUSCA peacekeepers

Media highlights: New allegations of sexual abuse by MINUSCA peacekeepers

February 5, 2016: A summary of media highlights following the UN's announcement of new allegations of sexual violence by peacekeepers from the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo serving with MINUSCA in the Central African Republic. (UN Photo / Olivia Grey Pritchard)

Envoyé Spécial: “Central African Republic – scandal in the French Army?”

Envoyé Spécial: “Central African Republic – scandal in the French Army?”

On October 1st, France2 TV's weekly newsmagazine, Envoyé Spécial aired an investigative report on sexual abuse by French peacekeepers in the Central African Republic. Journalist Pierre Monégier travelled to CAR to learn more and went to Cambodia to speak with the UN human rights officer who took the initial reports of abuse. 

Media highlights: Three new allegations of sexual abuse in CAR

Media highlights: Three new allegations of sexual abuse in CAR

On August 19, 2015, the United Nations announced three new allegations of peacekeeper sexual abuse in the Central African Republic. Read the media highlights from the announcement, and watch the briefing with UN Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for MINUSCA, Diane Corner.