The UN is investigating more than 90 cases of peacekeeper sexual abuse in the Central African Republic, including an incident in which a French military commander had four girls tied up and forced them to have sex with a dog.
Clashes broke out in the capital Bangui during voting for a constitutional referendum seen as crucial to ending nearly three years of violence.
The latest accusations against the mission, revealed on Tuesday, include the rape of a 12-year-old girl during security operations in the country's capital, Bangui.
The latest accusations come just weeks after the UN mission in CAR reported allegations that a peacekeeper sexually abused a young girl in CAR's east.
VICE News returned to the Central African Republic on the eve of United Nations intervention, as ethno-religious civil war continues to spread violence in the CAR.