Hopefully, the report by a former UN chief of operations that an estimated 60,000 rapes, including of children, have been carried out by UN staff working in its different agencies in the past decade will put a decisive end to the call for UN peacekeeping troops to protect forcibly deported Rohingya refugees & raise demands that they be withdrawn from those countries where they are deployed. UN troops have previously been accused of involvement in human trafficking & prostitution–not to mention the cholera epidemic in Haiti for which the UN refused compensation to victims & their families. This is the first time UN humanitarian aid workers & other functionaries have been accused of such monstrosities. No wonder so little humanitarian aid or political monitoring is accomplished by the UN. They are otherwise engaged in criminality against women & children. And this on top of the Oxfam scandal involving sexual crimes in Haiti & Chad.