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Ban Ki-moon

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


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The campaign stretches out

A new report from UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s office warns that fighting on the Mali-Algeria border could spill over into Western Sahara, and that jihadists could cross into camps and radicalise the refugees there...


Secrecy mars ballot deal

He asked for a change in the electoral order, even petitioning United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, so that legislative elections take place before presidential...


Piecemeal deal

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon proclaimed it an ‘important, historic and milestone’ agreement...


    Vol 54 No 4 |
  • MALI

Crisis in the command

That, at least, is the French and West African plan but UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon remains far from convinced...


Issayas staggers a little

Issayas wrote on 5 February to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to complain that Eritrea had been the ‘target of malicious and concerted practices of human trafficking’ for the past ten years or so and to request ‘an independent and transparent investigation’ by the UN...


Development vies with conflict resolution in Addis

Elsewhere, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s innate caution on Mali has attracted some criticism for holding up the mission...

We hear Ban Ki-moon suggested that Rwanda’s Paul Kagame, Congo-Kinshasa’s Joseph Kabila and Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni could sign the agreement without the other five leaders...


Funds query for Bangura

A group of Sierra Leonean ‘civil society activists’ has written to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, asking him to investigate Bangura...


    Vol 54 No 1 |
  • MALI

Talk first, fight later

Even the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, called military action the ‘last resort’...


    Vol 53 No 25 |
  • MALI

Ructions over reconquest plan

• United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and the Chairwoman of the African Union Commission, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma: the priority should be political dialogue between the government and the jihadist and other rebel groups, Ban told the UNSC but conceded that military action might be required as ‘a last resort to deal with the most hardline extremist and criminal elements’...


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