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Are you thinking about selling your RV now? You may have many reasons to do it as the most possible reasons can be you may need cash for something urgent or you would like to buy a new model for which you need to make a down payment etc. Whatever may be the reason, selling through internet will probably the best place for you for getting a good deal on used RVs. By selling online, you will not only have access to people worldwide, you will get the complete global market.

Now the most important question takes place how to sell your RV now through online. There are certain things that you need to do for selling RV online. Well, you could get it cleaned or detailed so that it looks really clean. You must replace little fixtures, accessories and parts that require replacement. These are all required to increase the perceived value of your vehicle.

When you are almost ready to post your advertisement online, you should make it sure that you have at least 10 good pictures of your RV. Take some exterior pictures from both sides – the back and the front. After that, you should take some interior pictures showcasing the different areas of your vehicle. Once you take some good shots of your RV, upload the pictures to your computer.

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In recent times, there are so many websites available that will allow you to post your RV classified ads on them. Some of them allow free ad posting with photos and will ask you to pay a fee to have your advertisements in the featured section.

Whenever you are posting your advertisement, try to include as many details as possible. Most of the people often write only a short description. But you must try by all means to describe the best features of your vehicle in order to catch the attention of the buyers. The price of RV is so far required to be considered, it is always a good idea to post a reasonable price but no need to fix it, make it negotiable. You are surely going to get a huge number of offers for your RV. By making the price negotiable, you will be able to get your prospective buyers to bid on your recreational vehicle and then you can sell it to the highest bidder.

Some folks are ready to buy and some are not. When you will post your advertisement online, you will get many leads. However you need to make the selection very carefully and choose the best deal. By selling RV of your own, you can easily determine your own price and you will typically get the best price by doing it in this way. However, there you will get the cost of advertising and thereby offering the vehicle a complete detail. You will have to show your vehicle to the potential customers and thereby monitor test drives. You must prepare a bill of sale and have the title ready to transfer over to the new owners. This bill of sale is important at the time of selling your used RV to a new customer.

Hence, these are some of the formalities you will have to complete before going to sell your RV now through online.

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A 2-minute siren wail which began in Israel at 10 a.m. Thursday marked the beginning of Yom HaShoah, the country’s Holocaust Remembrance Day. Israelis across the nation paused their daily activities for a moment of silence in memory of the six million Jews murdered by Nazis in the Holocaust during World War II. Drivers turned off their vehicles and stood at attention in the middle of the road, and pedestrians stopped and bowed their heads. Names of victims were read aloud in the Knesset, the legislature of Israel.

Individuals laid wreaths at a memorial for the Warsaw Ghetto uprising at Yad Vashem, Israel’s official memorial to Jewish victims of the Holocaust. National ceremonies began at Yad Vashem on Wednesday evening, with the lighting of a flame by a Holocaust survivor. In all six torches were lit, in memory of the six million Jews who died during the Holocaust. Approximately 270,000 survivors of the Holocaust live in Israel today, 80,000 of whom survived Nazi death camps.

Entertainment venues, theaters, and movie cinemas closed shop at sundown Wednesday. Television stations and radio programming focused on memorial of the Holocaust. Memorial events end at sunset on Thursday, and will be followed one week later by the 60th anniversary of the declaration of independence of Israel in 1948, known as Yom Ha’atzmaut.

A leader who plans mass destruction, together with weapons of mass destruction. What would have been left of our world?

Shimon Peres, Israel’s President, spoke at Yad Vashem, and compared the potential danger which Israel says is posed by Iran’s nuclear program, to that faced by Jews during the Holocaust. “In history, it is forbidden to be late,” said Peres, saying that the world reacted too late to Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany. “My heart shudders when I recall that there was a possibility that Hitler could acquire nuclear weapons. A leader who plans mass destruction, together with weapons of mass destruction. What would have been left of our world?” asked Peres. Aides later stated that Peres was referring to Iran.

Israel’s Prime Minister Ehud Olmert also referred to Iran in his remarks at Yad Vashem. “You wish to deny the right of existence of the Jewish state, and you are wrong to believe that the Jewish state was created only due to the Holocaust. The Holocaust only underscored the necessity of its creation and the horrible price that the Jewish people had to pay for the lack of existence of a state that can shelter them,” said Olmert. Other speakers at Yad Vashem emphasized the importance of the Israel Defense Forces, Israel’s military forces, to prevent tragedies such as the Holocaust in the future.

We have learned our lesson and we take very seriously the threats of state leaders who call for the destruction of Israel.

Lieutenant General Gabi Ashkenazi, military chief of staff of Israel, led an annual march of Jewish youths, Poles and survivors at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland, in a memorial ceremony called The March of the Living. Auschwitz-Birkenau operated as a Nazi death camp during the Holocaust. 12,000 people gathered from 52 countries to take part in the memorial ceremony. The largest march took place in 2005, and former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon joined with 20,000 people. “… in these days, as we celebrate 60 years of independence, the fact that an independent Jewish state exists is not something to be taken for granted. Even today, we hear the horrible sounds of those who call for the destruction of the state of Israel. Even today we are forced to continue and fight for our right to have a national home in a safe place for the Jewish people in their own land. We have learned our lesson and we take very seriously the threats of state leaders who call for the destruction of Israel,” said Ashkenazi.

Hamas television Thursday suggested that the Holocaust was organized by Jews to wipe out the disabled among their own people to prepare for the creation of a Jewish state. “The Israeli Holocaust – the whole thing was a joke, and part of the perfect show that (Zionist leader and future Israeli prime minister) Ben Gurion put on,” said head of the Palestinian Centre for Strategic Research Amin Dabur, according to Jerusalem-based Palestinian Media Watch. Dabur said that the “young energetic and able” went to Israel, and that those who were disabled were sent “so there would be a Holocaust”.

Though Iran has said that its nuclear program is peaceful in nature, the United States, Israel, and other countries believe it is attempting to construct nuclear weapons. In speeches Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that the Jewish state should be destroyed. Ahmadinejad has called the Holocaust “a myth”. Tehran hosted a revisionist Holocaust conference in 2006, which provoked international criticism. Tel Aviv University published a study on Monday saying that acts of anti-Semitism in 2007 increased by about seven percent over 2006.

As the Eurovision entrants return home, the home crowds weigh in

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Monday, May 18, 2009

Most of the Eurovision entrants have returned home from their sojourn in Moscow, Russia, and the newspapers across Europe have varied opinions. Most national newspapers congratulated their entrants on a job well done, while others trash-talked other entrants, and still others called for their countries to pull out of the Contest.

Here are some interviews, articles and opinions that made it to the front pages of newspapers and to their sanctioned blogs.

Norway’s mass media was filled with stories revolving around the winner, Alexander Rybak, but a secondary story that received press coverage was outcry against NRK‘s Eurovision commentator, Synnøve Svabø, who was criticized for talking incessantly during the event, making leering comments regarding the contents inside the male entrants’ tight pants, and making a joke about stuffing sweatsocks in her own bra. When asked for a statement by Aftenposten, Svabø said, “I guess people think I should have put the socks in my throat.” NRK did not comment on Svabø’s commentating or whether she will be returning next year.

Sweden’s newspaper Aftonbladet wrote that the “Swede of the evening” was not Sweden’s entrant Malena Ernman, but Malmö-raised Arash Labaf, one of the two singers placing third for Azerbaijan. Markus Larsson wrote, “21st place? Well, this is our second-worst result ever…Malena Ernman fell so far and deep that she almost ended up in Finland. That is to say, almost last.” When asked if she was disappointed, Ernman responded, “No, but I am sorry if the Swedes are disappointed.” She went on to quip, “Europe is simply not ready for my high notes.”

Finland, despite placing last, wrote upbeat stories; Helsingin Sanomat published an interview with Waldo and Karoliina from the Finnish act, Waldo’s People, who announced how happy they were to have participated and will be going right back to work with performances and recordings as soon as they return to Finland.

Most British newspapers in past years published lengthy screeds regarding their bad luck in the Contest and whether they should send an entrant at all. This year all that talk subsided, and newspapers published articles congratulating Jade Ewen on her fifth place ranking. Sir Terry Wogan, former Eurovision commentator for the BBC, said to the Daily Express about this year’s voting overhaul, “I think my protest about the voting was totally vindicated by the changes that were made to the scoring this year. It made a real difference. It was the change that Eurovision needed.” One of the headlines in Monday’s Daily Mail reads: “She did us proud.” Andrew Lloyd Webber, who worked with Ewen, said, “Jade performed brilliantly. After years of disappointing results, the UK can finally hold its head high.”

Spain’s newspaper El Mundo published an article entitled “Soraya’s fiasco,” outlining Soraya Arnelas‘s failure to receive points from 37 of the 41 other voting nations, with the writer remarking, “After a whole year trying to forget [Rodolfo Chikilicuatre, Spain’s “joke entrant” from 2008], Soraya jumped on-stage with strength…Spain’s experiment ended with longing [for] Rodolfo Chikilicuatre.” When asked about her performance and the result, Arnelas said, “I’ll hang on to the experiences I had, the great friends that I made and I’m happy because now I’m known in Europe.”

French newspapers and blogs were muted compared to other countries, but the overall feeling was still very supportive of Patricia Kaas, who placed eighth. In an interview with Le Figaro, Kaas said, “Eighth place, that’s not so bad. It was a great moment for France, we held our head high.” France Soir noted, “[Kaas’s] emotion does not seem to have found a place with competitors that have relied on heavy artillery choreography worthy of those like Shakira, and glamorous outfits, to ensure a place on the podium.”

German newspapers published lengthy stories analyzing why Germany was in the bottom quartile for the third straight year. Die Welt wrote, “The Germans have become accustomed to it: winning the Eurovision Song Contest just does not work [for us]. [Compared] to the total failure of last place with No Angels last year, [this] result is almost a sensational success.” Bild commented, “For years we have had little success. Germany’s placement, despite all efforts, will not be better. Why are we still participating in the Eurovision Song Contest?”

Ireland, who failed to make it to the final, led the cry to pull out of Eurovision. In the Irish Independent, Ian O’Doherty wrote, “Ireland managed something quite rare and rather gratifying last week — we actually managed to produce a Eurovision song that didn’t make you want to rip off your own eyelids so you could stuff them in your ears to stop the horrible sounds…[Sinéad] Mulvey’s elimination is proof of one thing: we need to pull out of this pile of rubbish as soon as possible.”

The Netherlands, another nation that did not make it past the semi-final round, has been very apathetic toward the Contest in recent years, and this year was no different. De Telegraaf conducted an opinion poll of Dutch television viewers, and 90% of them believed the Netherlands should not enter the Contest anymore. Despite the stated apathy, 2.5 million Dutch viewers watched De Toppers compete in the second semi-final, an improvement of 800,000 from last year’s semi-final, where Dutch entrant Hind also failed to advance. De Toppers singer Gordon, in an interview with De Telegraaf, said that the Netherlands should continue to compete: “One time, we will succeed.”

NGOs in Taiwan to promote carbon-decreasing movements in different sectors before Earth Day

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Monday, April 14, 2008

Before the annual Earth Day on April 22, several environmental-related events were progressively promoted in Taiwan. For example, industrial and academical units promoted several energy-efficiency policies, parts and accessories, and products in three recently-closed trade shows (AutoTronics Taipei, Motorcycle Taiwan, and Taipei AMPA) respectively located at TWTC and TWTC Nangang with the international environmental laws and policies promoted in several nations including Taiwan. Taiwan Railway Administration promoted “Twin-rail Environmental Train” (in Chinese: ??????) for bicycle and mass transportation industries. And also, HBO Taiwan promoted the movement of “Decreasing chopsticks to save the earth” (in Chinese: ?????) to drive the public changing habits on common food habits when using environmental tablewares.

It’s bad and worse on the major issue of greenhouse effect because of bad habits on common people in the presence. not only the event by HBO, [I think] the public should pay more attention to understand the importance of energy-saving to improve the environment in Taiwan.

By the way, he also commented on the upcoming event of “Taiwan Bicycle Day” and “Project of Light-weighted Electronic Vehicle” by ITRI and said:

In fact, the Taipei City Government had provided several bicycle lanes on several riverside parks and roads for riding. And about the “Project of LEV” by ITRI, although it was firmly a good idea for energy-efficiency and will bring into reality in the future, but the ITRI should consider some sectors on energy resources and the LEC-related policies must be considered by governments.Generally, not only bicycles, I hope the public can use the public transport like city bus and the MRT to support the world-wide movement of carbon-decreasing.

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With the continuous oil price hike all around the globe, cars are deemed unnecessary nowadays due to its high rates and maintenance. With the expenses getting bigger every year, and the budget getting tighter each day, would it be possible that ordinary people can buy their own car for practical purposes? Buying a brand new car may really stripe you off the money you have. From time to time, car manufacturers are releasing different models to suit the changing time. But the prices of these newly released car models are way too expensive.

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But it is not always good to buy these brand new cars. For a start, consider your budget in buying a new model car. If it is for home and family use only, it is not necessary to buy a brand new car. You can opt to get a used car which can perform just like a new car model released. Used cars have almost the same functionality with a brand new one. You just have to clean the parts thoroughly and tune it up regularly in order for it to perform at its highest standard. There are thousands of used cars available for you to choose from. Bear in mind that the older the model, the higher its tendency of being sold at a cheaper price; but with the same motors and batteries performing quite well. The convenience of buying a second hand car aside form the cheaper price is the opportunity of putting different machine parts which in a normal brand new car cannot be done. But buying yourself a car will eventually go down to the fact of whether or not you badly need it or on what your budget will dictate you to buy- a brand new one or a second hand car.

With your limited budget, used cars can offer you a wide range to choose from. A second hand car are sometimes equipped with larger parts and loaded with some stuff that a brand new car lacks. The price of a brand new car can eventually give your two or three used cars that you can take home. The technique here is you must know where to look for the right second hand car to buy at an affordable price. The fact still remains that if you buy an old car, it was being handed down to you by the former owner which you dont know how it was used and how it was taken care of. As a buyer of a second hand car, you need to thoroughly inspect the spare parts and the vital machine parts of the car to give you an estimate of its life line.

Used cars are popularly known to buyers who want to buy a car at the least possible cost. The idea of buying a used car can be advantageous in some ways. The greater durability and reliability of used cars makes it a perfect option in reducing the risks of buying an old car, thus, make buying an old car least of a gamble.

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Indonesian authorities report refugee boats pushed back by Australian Navy

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Indonesian authorities report refugee boats pushed back by Australian Navy

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 Correction — January 21, 2014 This article describes the asylum seekers’ vessels as “ships”, whereas the sources indicate they were boats. We apologize for the error. 

Monday, January 13, 2014

The Royal Australian Navy towed back arriving asylum seekers to Rote Island, Indonesia, after claiming Christmas Island destination, Indonesian National Police reported Monday of last week. Last Thursday, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott supported lack of transparency on the issue.

Indonesian police found the two ships reportedly forcibly towed back from Australia on December 19, and on January 6 after being towed on New Year’s Day. A self-identified Sudanese asylum seeker from one of the boats reported the Navy ship numbers, identifying them as HMAS Parramatta and HMAS Glenelg, and said the refugees were denied access to navigation tools during the duration of the route and abandoned in sea in the middle of the night. Commenters called such practice “push-backs”, “tow-backs”, “turn-backs”.

Police chief Hidayat Rote Island, speaking to Fairfax Media, said the second boat was adrift: “They were rescued by the locals, because the boat engines were dead. The boat now is wreckage, near some reefs.”

The Australian government had also planned to purchase additional lifeboats for refugee expulsion from Australian waters, Fairfax Media reported.

Australian government originally had no response, but after protests by Labor and the Greens, Tony Abbott commented. Last Thursday, he supported lack of transparency on the issue by saying “I’d rather be criticised a bit for being a bit of a closed book on the issue, and actually stop the boats. I’m pleased to say that it’s now several weeks since we’ve had a boat, and the less we talk about operational details on the water, the better when it comes to stopping the boats.”

Defence Force chief David Hurley also claimed professional behaviour of board officers and the Navy when handling arriving refugees boats.

Indonesian National Armed Forces chief General Moeldoko said according to the Jakarta Post, and an Australian Defence Force spokesperson confirmed, that they agreed on the push-backs approach mid-December with no further comment; with Mr Abbot calling the relationship “very strong”, while Indonesia’s legal and security affairs minister Djoko Suyanto and foreign affairs minister Marty Natalegawa both disapproved of the approach. General Moeldoko reportedly later said the media had misreported him.

The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNRA) was seeking explanation from the Australian government, it reported in a press briefing this Saturday. The UNRA spokesperson, Babar Baloch, raised legal concerns by saying that “Any such approach would raise significant issues and potentially could place Australia in breach of its obligations under the Refugee Convention and international law. If people who are in need for international protection seek a country’s safety, then they must be allowed to go through a process which helps to determine if these people are in need.”

Marke, another self-identified Somali asylum seeker, claimed earlier similar treatment, on December 10: that the Australian Navy — HMAS Parramatta and HMAS Maitland — had claimed Christmas Island destination, towed his boat for several days, and subsequently dropped at an undisclosed location.

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9,000 gallons of liquid butane spilled as tanker truck overturns

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A semi-tractor carrying 9,000 gallons (34,000 litres) of liquid butane overturned at the weekend on the United States highway 50 east of Salida, Colorado, rupturing the tank and spilling its contents.

The road was closed to traffic for 20 hours during one of the busiest times of the year, and traffic rerouted along a three-hour diversion route.

Colorado State Patrol reports state the driver, Roger Meely, 62, was hauling a pressurised tank full of butane when he lost control and crashed near Mile Marker 228. Colorado State Patrol Sgt. William Holt described the accident, “He lost control of the vehicle in the curves, veered across the lanes and rolled it.” Meely was treated and released from the Heart of the Rockies hospital in Salida after the crash, but escaped serious injury.

The truck rolled at about 6:50 p.m. six miles from Salida, prompting closure of the highway. Although the driver escaped unharmed, 10-15 homes and an unknown number of campsites along the Arkansas River were evacuated as fumes began to drift downstream towards the town of Swissvale. Rafters were ordered away from the area, but Hazmat crews were able to prevent butane from contaminating the river.

Emergency workers were forced to allow the butane to vent itself through the night. Capt. Jack Cowert of the Colorado State Patrol said, “I would say those of us on scene were surprised it didn’t explode.”

In total, the following organisations responded: the Colorado State Patrol Hazardous Materials Unit, South Arkansas Fire Protection District, Howard Volunteer Fire Department, Arkansas Valley Ambulance, Chaffee County Emergency Services, Alpine Towing and the Colorado Department of Transportation.

The driver either wasn’t paying attention or he was driving too fast

An attempt was made at 9:00 a.m. Monday to right the tanker and tow it away, but in the process of securing it to the tow truck it slipped and a dolly axle buckled, further lengthening the delay.

The road was not reopened until 3:10 p.m. Monday. Sheila Johnson, a flagger working for Alpine Towing, later said of the commuters affected that they were mostly understanding, saying of them, “For the most part people were pretty good about the road being closed,”.

Holt blamed the driver for the accident, saying he “will be cited for something,” and that “anytime a crash like this happens, the driver either wasn’t paying attention or he was driving too fast.” It was later determined that the driver’s excessive speed was to blame. He was ultimately charged over the incident.

The incident sparked a full review evaluating the emergency response, which included about ten agencies.

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Having elders at home is a big responsibility to the family members to take care of their needs and offer them best support to lead a quality life. However, there is also the option to hire the aged care Sunshine Coast services that send in their trained and experienced staff to take of the elders to enjoy positive ageing in their home. The staff offers their support for the elderly to lead an independent and active life style that is very important for one to be happy at that age. The personal care services from the aged care Sunshine Coast includes helping the elderly or the disabled with getting in and out from bed, showering, medication monitoring, companionship and also providing community access so that they don’t feel isolated in their home and have the opportunity to move out for shopping or meeting people with the help of the home care staff. As the staff for Sunshine Coast aged care services are carefully selected based on their personal qualities and professional experience you can expect the best from them in handling your elders at home. By hiring the aged care services you can relax and take care of your daily routine while the home carer providers the required support for the elderly to lead quality lifestyle.

Those family members taking care of their elders at home can also avail the respite care services from the aged care Sunshine Coast that allows you to take a break while the staff takes care of your elder at home. This respite care can range for a few hours, days, week or a month based on your requirements. The Sunshine Coast home care in fact customizes their packages according to the requirements of the clients. Those elders who also need help for the household chores can check out for the household care package that take care of the household cleaning, home and garden maintenance, washing and ironing of clothes, meal preparation, transport and other things that allows you to relax and find quality time to do other things in life. As most of the aged care Sunshine Coast package services are funded by the commonwealth department of Health one can check out their eligibility to avail these services in affordable price.

The Sunshine Coast services are offered in and around Bromilow that are flexible, innovative and responsible support options that can be chosen by the elderly according to their needs.

Having elders at home is a big responsibility to the family members to take care of their needs and offer them best support to lead a quality life. However, there is also the option to hire the aged care Sunshine Coast services that send in their trained and experienced staff to take of the elders to enjoy positive ageing in their home. The staff offers their support for the elderly to lead an independent and active life style that is very important for one to be happy at that age. The personal care services from the aged care Sunshine Coast includes helping the elderly or the disabled with getting in and out from bed, showering, medication monitoring, companionship and also providing community access so that they don’t feel isolated in their home and have the opportunity to move out for shopping or meeting people with the help of the home care staff. As the staff for Sunshine Coast aged care services are carefully selected based on their personal qualities and professional experience you can expect the best from them in handling your elders at home. By hiring the aged care services you can relax and take care of your daily routine while the home carer providers the required support for the elderly to lead quality lifestyle.

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UK study highlights child abuse by humanitarian workers

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A study by the non-profit organisation Save the Children UK claims that a number of aid workers and peacekeepers from organisations such as the United Nations and Save the Children itself have engaged in sexual abuse of children in the course of their humanitarian efforts. The study also says that many of these incidents remain unreported, and those involved often go unpunished.

The study was based on field data from Sudan, Ivory Coast and Haiti, where they held focus groups followed by in-depth interviews. In 20 of the 38 focus groups, United Nations representatives were the main perpetrators of sexual abuse, possibly due to the larger number of peacekeepers than aid workers, but 23 organisations were identified as being involved across the three countries.

While 14 and 15 year olds were the most common victims, the study found cases of abuse in children as young as 6. Most offenders were men, and most of the victims were girls. One 14-year-old boy who works in a peacekeeping camp on the Ivory Coast told the study that “[o]ften it will be between eight and 10 men who will share two or three girls”.

An “overwhelming” majority of those interviewed said they would never report a case of abuse, and did not know of anyone who had reported a case, despite more than half knowing of incidents of sexual abuse, and many knowing of 10 or more. The study reported that unless this silence was dealt with, any attempts to eliminate the abuse would be “fundamentally flawed”.

“[The U.N.] will very carefully investigate and whenever there is necessary matters we will take necessary measures from this”.

In response to the study, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said that the organisation’s policy on such abuse was “zero tolerance.” The U.N. “will very carefully investigate and whenever there is necessary matters we will take necessary measures from this”. Both Save the Children and the U.N. have pointed out that, while it does not reduce the seriousness of the offences, the offenders represent a small proportion of all peacekeepers and aid workers in foreign countries. As the U.N. does not have any prosecutory powers of its own, peacekeepers found to be involved in child sexual abuse are either fired or sent back to their home countries to face prosecution.

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