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Ban  Ki-moon
South Korea

Ban Ki-moon

Date of Birth: 13/06/1944
Place of Birth: Eumseong


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Finally, the AU moves in

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, in Kigali for the AU summit, backed calls for the arms embargo and 'additional targeted sanctions on leaders and commanders working to unravel the peace process' and to 'fortify' the 12,000-strong UNMISS force...

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon joined the calls for Taban's immediate release...


Rabat's Cold War manoeuvre

They were also trying to heal wounds inflicted by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who used the phrase 'occupied territory' while on a visit to Western Sahara...


A last blast for sanctions

The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, Arab League and European Union all warmly welcomed the Agreement, which the opposition refused to sign in its existing form...


Darfur votes under fire

' The tone was softer but the message the same from the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, who urged the opposition to sign...


Reshuffle and a long goodbye

Koroma had previously used Bangura to rain insults on Michael von der Schulenburg, the former representative in Sierra Leone of United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (AC Vol 53 No 4, Early exit for UN envoy)...


Buhari resets the clock

• Environment: Amina Mohammed, a former Special Advisor on post- 2015 Development Planning to the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon; this is an astute appointment just weeks ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, France...

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At last a cabinet, and now for the policies

Meanwhile, for national planning minister we have heard three names suggested: Amina Mohammed, former Special Economic Advisor to the President and currently Special Advisor on Post-2015 Development Planning to the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon; the former Governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi, who has also been suggested as Foreign Minister; and former Lagos State Governor Babatunde Fashola...

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Fugitive flees as courts sidelined

They included United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the Sudanese People's Liberation Movement-North, Britain, Amnesty International and the National Umma Party (though not El Sadig el Sideeg el Mahdi, who called for restorative rather than retributive justice)...

Ban Ki-moon denied Press reports of a determined cover up by senior UNAMID officials of the Sudan government's abuses in Darfur...


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