UN responds to allegations of sexual assaults

The United Nations has again rejected allegations that it is not doing enough to prevent its peacekeepers from committing sexual assault.

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    The United Nations has again rejected allegations that it is not doing enough to prevent its peacekeepers from committing sexual assault.

    Al Jazeera's Rosiland Jordan reports from UN headquarters in New York.


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