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Chelsea defender Kurt, has received his first international call up for the Central African Republic national team. The 26 year old is currently plying his trade at Dhofar, and his performances in Oman have been enough to turn the head of new Central African Republic coach Francois Zahoui.
Up until this point, a lot of Lionel Zouma’s notoriety comes from the fact that he is the older brother of Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma, however it is too late for the latter to make the same allegiance switch as he has already played competitive football for France.
Lionel Zouma becomes the latest French born player to play for The Wild Beasts, with the most notable case being Valencia midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia who made the switch last year.
Lionel Zouma will hope to make his debut in Central African Republic’s next game which is at home against Burundi, before they travel to face Mauritania.In a story Nov. 1, The Associated Press included quotes from U.N. OIOS investigator Ben Swanson which suggested that he questioned the findings of a draft report on an investigation into allegations of sexual abuse by U.N. peacekeepers in Central African Republic. The story should have said that Swanson agreed with the report which said there were problems with the original U.N investigation.
Byline: By CARLEY PETESCH
Bytitle: Associated Press
The United Nations botched its investigation into accusations of sexual abuse in Central African Republic, letting down victims, according to a draft report.
The report, written in 2017 but not yet made public, was leaked to The New Humanitarian and seen by The Associated Press.
An Associated Press investigative series in 2017 uncovered roughly 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by U.N. peacekeepers around the world over a 12-year period.The roughly 11,000 peacekeepers in Central African Republic had the most sexual misconduct allegations – 52- of any U.N. peacekeeping mission in 2016.
“The leaked review … gives a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse at how the U.N. system investigates claims of sexual abuse and exploitation by its own peacekeepers – and shows why it often fails the victims it is supposed to serve,” according to the New Humanitarian.
The failed investigation into the allegations in the Central African Republic cost the U.N. more than $480,000.
Inadequate storage ruined DNA samples that had been collected to connect victims to their alleged perpetrators, according to the report.