The head of United Nations' peacekeeping operations says the U.N. has reduced the amount of sexual exploitation by peacekeepers, but the number of complaints is still too high. Jean-Marie Guehenno says it may take another three to four years for actions to reduce sexual abuse by U.N. peacekeepers to really make a difference.
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