U.N. peace keepers secure a section of the airport as members of the United Nations Security Council arrive in the South Sudanese capital, Juba August 12, 2014. (AFP Photo/Samir Bol)
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A U.N. fund to help victims of sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers and U.N. staff has now grown to $1.5 million following contributions from 10 more countries including Sri Lanka, whose troops were implicated in a three-year-long child sex ring in Haiti.The AP investigation found that the U.N. failed to meet many of its pledges to stop help victims, some of whom have been lost to a sprawling bureaucracy. Cases have disappeared, or have been handed off to the peacekeepers' home countries -- which often do nothing with them.The AP found that even after a U.N. investigation discovered a three-year child sex ring involving Sri Lankan peacekeepers in Haiti, Sri Lanka prosecuted no one.
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