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Two UN workers are suspended after video of people having sex in an official vehicle, sparking outrage

Two UN workers have been suspended after a video of people having sex in an official vehicle in Israel sparked outrage.

In the 18-second video posted to Twitter, a man in the backseat of a white car in Tel Aviv is marked with the UN letters spread by a woman in a red dress.

The man is only wearing a T-shirt and shorts and another male passenger in front of the car appears to be asleep. The vehicle is then driven further up the road.

Now the United Nations has the two male employees on unpaid leave for allegations of sexual misconduct.

The UN also confirmed that the two men in the car are workers of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO), a peacekeeping force based in Jerusalem.

In the 18-second video posted to Twitter, a man in the backseat of a white car in Tel Aviv is marked with the UN letters spread by a woman in a red dress

In the 18-second video posted to Twitter, a man in the backseat of a white car in Tel Aviv is marked with the UN letters spread by a woman in a red dress

Stephane Dujarric, spokesman for UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, said this yesterday their suspension was appropriate “given the seriousness of the allegations of non-compliance with the standards of conduct expected of international officials”.

“UNTSO has again participated in a vigorous awareness campaign to remind its staff of their obligations to the UN Code of Conduct,” added Mr. Dujarric.

When the video first appeared, he said: “We are shocked and deeply troubled by what is shown in the video.

“The behavior it sees is repugnant and goes against everything we stand for and have worked for in the fight against misconduct by UN staff.”

The UN also said all occupants of the car are employees of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO), a peacekeeping force based in Jerusalem

The UN also said all occupants of the car are employees of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO), a peacekeeping force based in Jerusalem

The UN also said all occupants of the car are employees of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO), a peacekeeping force based in Jerusalem

Although the UN has strict rules on sexual misconduct by its employees, it has repeatedly come under fire for violations in recent years.

In December, a report alleged that UN peacekeepers had “hundreds of babies with women in Haiti before abandoning the young mothers.

In the investigation into the UN mission in the disaster-stricken Caribbean country, 11-year-old girls were declared pregnant after being sexually assaulted.

Some girls were traded for ‘a few coins’ to get food and would have sex with the peacekeepers so they could survive, the British academic study found.

After their children were born, according to the Times.

The person who posted the video, Canadian Mattea Merta, is a “ pro family representative ” at the UN, according to her Twitter profile. She wrote above the post: “I present to you ….. the UN”

Another viewer also said that the video was not a ‘big surprise’. Mrs. Merta replied, “No, not at all. Compared to stories I’ve heard from people who have left their UN jobs … this was an innocent situation. ‘

Soldiers from no less than 12 different countries, including Uruguay, Chili, Argentina, Canada and France were found to have impregnated local women, the report said.

The UN also knew that charity workers have been providing refugees with food in exchange for sexual favors for more than a decade, it has been revealed.

An 84-page report on food-for-sex practices in West African refugee camps was prepared and handed over to the UN in 2002, but was never published.

She claimed that workers from over 40 relief organizations, including 15 major international charities, including Save the Children and Doctors Without Borders, were sexually exploited young refugees.

It marked yet another sex scandal in the spotlight.

Viewers on Twitter expressed their displeasure at the clip of people having sex in the car, writing, “Why am I not surprised.”

The person who posted the video, Canadian Mattea Merta, is a “ pro family representative ” at the UN, according to her Twitter profile.

She wrote above the post: “I present to you ….. the UN”.

Another viewer wrote in response to the clip, “Not a big surprise, is it?”

Mrs. Merta replied, “No, not at all. Compared to stories I’ve heard from people who have left their UN jobs … this was an innocent situation. ‘

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