Luiz Loures, speaks onstage at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York 2017. (AFP / Getty Images North America / Monica Schipper)
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UNAIDS has reopened a sexual assault investigation into a top official after a heavily criticised earlier probe cleared him of wrongdoing, a letter seen by AFP Friday showed.The original investigation into the alleged 2015 assault, conducted by the World Health Organization's Office of Internal Oversight Services, exonerated Loures.Campaigners said that the odds were stacked against Brostrom in the first probe, questioning whether an internal UNAIDS probe could credibly judge allegations against one the agency's longest-serving and most powerful executives.UNAIDS announced in February that Loures would leave the agency at the end of March.
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