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Topic - office of internal oversight services
U.N. peacekeeping forces responded immediately to only a minority of attacks on civilians and almost never used force to protect them when they did respond, the U.N.'s internal watchdog said.
The leader of the agency that is supposed to root out corruption in the United Nations stepped down Wednesday with no successor in sight, adding to fears that the U.N. is becoming less capable of policing itself.