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WHO finds 80 alleged sexual abuse cases during Ebola work in Democratic Republic of Congo

By DW
29 September 2021   |   6:11 am
Some 30 women had accused WHO employees of sexual exploitation and abuse. Director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the allegations were "horrific" and launched the independent investigation.

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