Shocked to the core, that was the reaction of UN chief Ban Ki-moon to new allegations of sexual abuse by peacekeepers in Central African Republic.

Announcing 108 new alleged victims, the vast majority of them children, the UN said it would ‘leave no stone unturned’ in investigations, though could not confirm reports of forced bestiality.

“The interventions of the international community helped save the Central African Republic from an unspeakable fate,” UNSG spokesperson Stephane Dujarric told…
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