UN Security Council Repatriates Peacekeepers Accused Of Sexual Abuse
United Nations Peacekeepers accused of sexual abuse last year will be repatriated to their home countries ahead of investigations.
The sexual abuse incidences span 10 UN missions including the Central African Republic.
United Nations rules stipulate that any misconduct by peacekeepers will be investigated by the contributing countries.
The United Nations Security Council has passed a resolution that all units where peacekeepers have been accused should be repatriated.