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In interviews with the AP, Sri Lankan officials pointed to their new peacekeeping role in Mali as evidence that their military is beyond reproach. The mustachioed general Dias gently batted at mosquitoes swirling in the damp heat of his mother's garden as he described the barrage of allegations against Sri Lanka's soldiers as unfair."If Sri Lanka is being invited to do this job, then that means all those issues have been dealt with in a way that everybody's comfortable with," Deputy Foreign Minister Harsha de Silva said. The fact that few soldiers are ever prosecuted, he said, shows that few have done any wrong. If there are facts, then let's talk about it," he said in the interview with the AP."I don't think that was a good decision," Dias said. The enhanced vetting now looks at whether Sri Lankans recruits were attached to any battalions or contingents linked with alleged war crimes. "I would not want to comment on those who have been rejected, but yes — we have a strong policy of screening," Khare said. "My understanding was it was the misbehavior of a few individuals." Tamil lawyer K. Ratnavale, who recently argued for a rare conviction of three soldiers for gang rape, said prosecuting members of Sri Lanka's popular military is often impossible due to victim intimidation, a lack witnesses and poor evidence collection. recently lauded Sri Lanka for its "best practices" after the country agreed last year, under pressure from the U. Department of Peacekeeping Operations, to a onetime payment of $45,243 for a girl fathered by a Sri Lankan commander stationed in Haiti.After months of stalling, Sri Lanka finally acknowledged in a statement to the AP that its military had acted against just 18 soldiers implicated in the sex ring, and said that the U. "Does it mean that we succeed in the screening 100 percent of the time? "We are shocked that the United Nations is encouraging these undisciplined and ruthless soldiers and deploying them in their peacekeeping force," Ratnavale said. Sri Lankan Defense Secretary Karunasena Hettiarachchi, who signed the payment order last summer, told the AP he knew little about the paternity payment, or whether there had been any other such claims on Sri Lankan peacekeepers.



" Yet following the report, Sri Lanka repatriated 114 of the troops. But a number of the troops also hadn't passed the vetting, said Atul Khare, who heads the U. department that oversees the conduct and discipline unit. But even de Silva said he was unaware of what actually had happened.The government has consistently refused calls for independent investigations into its generation-long civil war, marked by widespread reports of rape camps, torture, mass killings and other alleged war crimes by its troops. This is a pattern repeated around the world: Strapped for troops, the U. draws recruits from many countries with poor human rights records for its peacekeeping program, budgeted at nearly $8 billion this year. Sri Lanka must also establish its own screening process for the soldiers and "pre-deployment training by U. standards and specifications including conduct of discipline on human rights and on sexual exploitation and abuse," Haq said. As peacekeepers in Central African Republic, at least 17 have been accused of sexual abuse and exploitation. Secretary-General Kofi Annan understands the predicament. When fighting gripped Rwanda, he struggled to find peacekeepers to help stem what would later become a mass slaughter that killed an estimated 800,000 people. "And they are so desperate that they accept troops that they will normally not accept if they had the choice." ___ RAPE CAMPS In the case of the Haiti sex ring, nine children told U. investigators of being lured into having sex in exchange for food and then being passed from soldier to soldier.Asked about the AP's investigation on Friday and the U. officials with military records and personal information dating back to 2005 for all soldiers it plans to send on missions so they can be screened by the U. An AP investigation last month found that in the last 12 years up to March, an estimated 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse or exploitation have been leveled at U. The situation in Congo, meanwhile, is so complex the country is hosting a U. peacekeeping mission to manage its own violent conflict while also sending personnel on peacekeeping missions to other countries. One girl said she didn't even have breasts when she first had sex with a peacekeeper at age 12.N.'s acceptance of Dias as an investigator, a spokesman said the U. was working with the Sri Lankan government on enhanced screening for prospective peacekeepers. Over the course of three years, another child said he had sex with more than 100 Sri Lankan peacekeepers, averaging about four a day.

The allegations of sexual abuse by Sri Lankan peacekeepers echo those of the country's generation-long civil war against the ethnic Tamil rebel group, known as the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, which was fighting for an independent homeland in the island nation's north and east.

"He removed all my clothes and forced me down on a mattress on the floor and tied both of my hands and legs apart with a nylon rope to iron bars on both sides of the mattress," she said.



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