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Ghana

Kofi Atta Annan

Date of Birth: 8 April 1938
Place of Birth: Kumasi
Died: 18 August 2018


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Every single day

Action looms on the military front too thanks to a belatedly tough statement from UN Secretary General Kofi Annan...


Don't sign anything

Several Republican legislators in Washington (including those who want Kofi Annan dismissed as United Nations Secretary General) would like to cut off Economic Support Fund aid to countries that sign up to the ICC...


Battle for the palace

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan welcoming the extra troops noted that their number was 'well below the 23 900 I had asked for'...


Gullible's travels

Far from using the leadup to the trip to pressure the National Islamic Front over its Darfur genocide like Kofi Annan and Colin Powell (both witnessed the suffering in Darfur) London refused until the last minute to acknowledge the visit was happening 'for security reasons' an odd concern for people visiting the former hosts of Usama bin Laden...


Kofi asks for more

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan wants to increase the strength of Monuc the UN Mission in Congo from 10 800 to 23 000 men...


Forty days

Indeed after Resolution 1556 on 30 July UN Secretary General Kofi Annan's Special Representative for Sudan the Netherlands' Jan Pronk yielded what little leverage the UN had acquired by accepting Khartoum's argument that 90 not 30 days would be needed to implement UN demands...


Transition on hold, again

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan wants 23 900 troops which would more than double Monuc's strength and make it one of the most expensive UN missions in history at US$1...


Cocoa wars

The Accra talks attended by 13 African leaders and United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan took the task of mediation out of the hands of France whose efforts have served only to antagonise Gbagbo and his hardliners...


Accra ahead

Africa Confidential understands Amoako already has the political backing of President John Kufuor's government in Accra which welcomes the prospect of yet another Ghanaian running an international organisation alongside Kofi Annan (UN) and Mohammed Chambas (Economic Community of West African States)...


Fighting the foreign front

No visible plans to disarm militias Speaking from his high-rise office in Khartoum Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman told Africa Confidential he had seen no plans to disarm the Arab militias; 'That's being handled by the security people' but said that the Joint Implementation Committee of Sudanese and UN officials set up to implement an earlier Darfur peace plan agreed between President Omer el Beshir and UN Secretary General Kofi Annan had developed 'a roadmap' for security in Darfur...


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