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France to investigate allegations of troops abusing children in Central African Republic
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Central African Republic: New Constitution should leave no spa...

Come forward, France urges child abuse soldiers Business Day Live_South Africa (Today) - France's defence minister urges soldiers to give themselves up if they are guilty of sexually assaulting hungry Central African Republic kids... Rolf ... 9ija News.com, 2 hours ago
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…Congo Bans Full-Face Veil in Public as Muslims Flood The Country

The violence in the Central African Republic has Muslimsseeking shelter in Congo in the past months, prompting the Congo government to ban womenfrom wearing full-face veils in public. Officials explained the ban is to counter extremism. Congo ...
 Breitbart.com1 hour ago Congo Republic bans full-face veil for security reasons  AlertNet1 day ago Republic of Congo bans full face-veils to prevent violent extremism  Sify16 hours ago REUTERS - Congo Republic bans full-face veil for security reasons  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago
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French Defense Chief Urges Soldiers to Admit African Abuse

France's defense minister wants any soldiers involved in alleged sexual abuse of boys in Central African Republic to come forward to limit the damage to the military's image. Jean-Yves Le Drian, in an interview with the Journal du Dimanche ...
 ABC News13 hours ago French defense chief urges troops to admit abuse amid allegations soldiers raped African boys  FOXNews.com12 hours ago
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Zambia: Zambia Sends 750 Troops to CAR

ZAMBIA has sent 750 soldiers for the United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission in the war-torn Central African Republic (CAR). The CAR has been rocked by religious violence which has killed thousands of people, and the country is scheduled to go ...
 AllAfrica.com13 hours ago Zambia peacekeeper troops leave for CAR  Africa Review2 days ago 750 peacekeepers off to CAR  ZNBC2 days ago Whistleblower Targeted for Exposing UN Troops Raping Children  PrisonPlanet3 days ago

Ex-rebels in CAR live in fear and rotting barracks

(IRIN) - Ex-Séléka rebels in the Central African Republic are living in a terrible state in overgrown and disused army barracks in the capital Bangui. Too scared to venture out, even when they are sick, the former fighters await an uncertain fate ...
 Africa News Wire1 day ago Central African Republic: Ex-Rebels Live in Fear and Rotting Barracks  AllAfrica.com1 day ago Central African Republic ex-leaders `ready to join` peace process  Zee News2 months ago
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French soldiers in 'child sex for food' scandal

Hungry, homeless young boys in the Central African Republic were forced by French soldiers to perform sex acts on them in return for food or money, the director of an advocacy group said Thursday, citing a confidential United Nations report on alleged abuses.Paula Donovan, co-director of AIDS-Free World, told CNN the report detailed testimonies from six children interviewed last year by staff from the UN children's agency UNICEF and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.Read full ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Soldier-child sex abuse claims investigated  NewsOnFeeds.com3 days ago

UN urged to `shed all light` on Central African Republic child sex abuse scandal

Save the Children has urged France and the United Nations to "shed all light" on accusations that French soldiers sexually abused hungry children in the Central African Republic. "If the facts are borne out, it is essential to take the firmest measures ...
 Zee News2 days ago UN urged probation on C. Africa child abuse  Qatar Peninsula2 days ago UN urged to 'shed all light' on C. Africa child sex abuse scandal  Modern Ghana2 days ago
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Central African Republic: 'Investigate UN Peacekeepers for Sexual Crimes'

interview By A UN report has revealed that 14 French peacekeepers are suspected of sexually abusing children in Central African Republic (CAR). DW spoke to AIDS-Free World's Paula Donovan, who leaked the report. The report was leaked by a ...
 AllAfrica.com2 days ago Central African Republic: UN investigation into sexual abuse allegations continues  Mbendi10 hours ago Central Africa: UN investigation into sexual abuse allegations continues  Sify1 day ago UN peacekeeping chief wraps up trip to Central African Republic as Mission reaches full strength  United Nations5 days ago
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UN denies CAR troop abuse 'cover up'

The United Nations has denied allegations it covered up child abuse by French troops in the Central African Republic, calling them "offensive". A high-ranking UN employee has been suspended on suspicion of leaking an internal report on the ...
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Rage grows in Central African Republic over claims French troops raped children

Flimsy tents and filthy corrugated iron huts dot the landscape at MPoko, the refugee camp at Bangui airport where French troops allegedly raped hungry children in exchange for food. Many children in the desolate camp—home to more than 100,000 ...
 Japan Today2 days ago Rage Grows in C. Africa over French Troops in 'Child Rape' Scandal  Naharnet2 days ago Rage grows in C.Africa over French troops in 'child rape' scandal  Yahoo! Finance2 days ago Rage in CAR over French troops' 'child rape'  IAfrica.com1 day ago
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