Nakout wanted to settle in Germany or Sweden, like so many others, but her best option may be to apply for asylum in Greece.According to the new policy implemented by Slovenia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYRo M), Serbia and Croatia, only those fleeing wars in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan are allowed to pass through.An independent panel appointed by the United Nations Secretary General to investigate the sexual abuse of children by peacekeeping troops in the Central African Republic (CAR) found "gross institutional failure" of the world body to handle the matter.

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The report also took issue with the way the UN handled the allegations in public.

Officials repeatedly argued that Kompass endangered the children by releasing a report containing their names to French investigative authorities.

In February, Nobert was raped by a UN contractor while she was working for a non-profit organization and living on a UN peacekeeping base in South Sudan.

A Buzz Feed News investigation into her story in July found that the UN repeatedly declined to investigate her report.

This should not be too much to expect from the UN and other humanitarian agencies."But Donovan thinks outside voices are going to have to drive that change — starting with the countries who make up the UN.

"The UN member states are going to have to take hold of this and let the Secretary General know that the failure can't be tolerated," she said.

The 26-year-old war in Somalia, and the new conflicts gripping Yemen, South Sudan, Libya and CAR, don't qualify.

"Every person has the right to seek asylum, regardless of where they come from," says Vincent Cochetel who heads the UNHCR's Europe Bureau.

The panel also had harsh words for Leila Zerrougui, the Special Representative to the Secretary General for Children and Armed Conflict (SRSG CAAC).

"Despite the fact that the sexual abuse of children in the context of armed conflict falls at the core of her mandate, the SRSG CAAC took no steps to inform herself about what was being done by the UN to address the Allegations until the spring of 2015, when the Allegations were being reported by international media," the report says.

Kompass was suspended, but no action was taken on the abuse allegations until they were published in The Guardian earlier this year.