A sign is seen above a branch of Oxfam, in central London, Britain February 13, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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The former Oxfam director at the heart of a sex abuse scandal said Thursday he made mistakes when working in Haiti but denied paying for sex with prostitutes or abusing minors.I am a man of flesh and blood and I have made mistakes [not easy to admit] and I am DEEPLY ASHAMED," the 68-year-old former soldier wrote in Dutch to broadcaster VTM.He said he resigned his post running the Oxfam operation after the 2010 Haiti earthquake because he had failed to exercise sufficient control over staff accused of sexual misconduct. Oxfam has neither confirmed nor denied the accounts reported in the media but has said an internal investigation in 2011 confirmed sexual misconduct occurred and it has apologized.
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