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Ban  Ki-moon
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Ban Ki-moon

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


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More talk talk than walk walk

South Africa's notice of withdrawal to the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, came next, on 19 October, shortly after Zuma's meeting with Kenyatta in Nairobi...

pdf Leaving with a whimper not a bang United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is asking Burundi, Gambia and South Africa to reconsider their withdrawal from the International Criminal Court...

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How to win friends

Having chastened Ban Ki-moon earlier this year for alleged partiality in the Sahara affair, his successor as UN Secretary General, António Guterres, is someone Rabat has done business with, when he was Portugal's Prime Minister and then UN High Commissioner for Refugees (2005-15)...


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Instability goes national

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon responded by asking the UN Security Council to authorise an additional 2,049 troops and 480 police to take the total manpower to 13,289...


Salva and Riek in the dock

' Another UN team, appointed on 23 August by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrived in Juba on 9 September to investigate the Terrain attack and the peacekeepers' failure to respond to it and other sexual attacks...


Riek rival boosts Salva

Having fled for his life from Juba for a second time, Riek insists he will return only when provided with protection from a 'third force', as United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon suggested (AC Vol 57 No 15, Finally, the AU moves in)...


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...


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