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How the UN Falls Short in Responding to Alleged Sex Abuse | FRONTLINE

At age 17, Mauricette said she was drugged and raped by UN peacekeepers. But after her initial interview with the UN, she went months without hearing from them — despite FRONTLINE bringing the delay to multiple UN officials’ attention.

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An excerpt from “UN Sex Abuse Scandal” — FRONTLINE’s investigation of how the UN has struggled to respond to the problem of sexual abuse and exploitation by its peacekeepers in conflict zones around the world.

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