The Central African Republic says it will take legal action against French troops involved in alleged child sex abuse at a refugee camp. Justice Minister Aristide Sokambi says soldiers accused of having sex with children in exchange for food will be pursued. The minister said his country should have been involved in U-N and French probes into the allegations. Several children allege that over a dozen French soldiers sexually abused some of them in exchange for food. The soldiers were sent to the CAR as part of a peacekeeping mission. France was alerted by the UN about the allegations in July 2014.