The first indications of sexual exploitation emerged within months of the UN force's arrival and The Daily Telegraph has seen a draft of an internal report compiled by the UN children's agency Unicef in July 2005 detailing the problem.The UN is not "officially" acknowledging there is a problem. They think it might hurt efforts to launch another "peacekeeping" mission in the north-west region of Sudan, Darfur.
But then how could the Useless Nitwits at the United Nations know if any of this is going on?
those accused have not been tracked down nor has there been any attempt by the UN or local officials to interview those making the accusations.Actually investigating might lead to information they really don't want to know. So they put their heads in the ground and pretend all is well.
Can we please stop giving these monsters money, and can we really stop sending them to yet more places where they can abuse the helpless? It isn't like this is the first time and place these allegations have been made (or substantiated).