UN peacekeepers in CAR suspected of bestiality

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Paula Donovan, co-director of AIDS-Free World and its Code Blue Campaign against sexual abuse, told The Associated Press on Thursday when asked about the new allegations: “Obviously that's just the top of the iceberg.”

The AIDS-Free World, which first reported the new allegations Wednesday night, said 98 girls in CAR had reported being sexually abused between 2013 and 2015 by perpetrators who have left the country.


UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic (CAR) are accused of raping and sexually abusing more than 100 victims in the African country.

The most shocking allegations were reported by the US based advocacy group, AIDS-Free World which reported that three girls told UN investigators that a French Sangaris (The Sangaris Operation is the military intervention of the French military in the CAR which started in December 2013) commander gave them $9 and then tied them up, undressed them and f...


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