A former Supreme Court Justice of Canada will lead a review of allegations that French and African troops sexually abused children in the Central African Republic.
Marie Deschamps will chair the independent panel.
She will be assisted by Hassan Jallow of Gambia, a prosecutor of the UN tribunal for Rwanda, and Yasmin Sooka, executive director of the Foundation of Human Rights in South Africa.
The United Nations clarified that the panel will focus on how the U.N. handled these reports.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon announced the panels' creation earlier this month to investigate claims of sexual abuse by French troops against children at a camp for displaced people near Bangui.
The reports occur between December 2013 and June 2014.
These allegations of sexual abuse first reached the UN a year ago.
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