Portugal's Antonio Guterres begins his term as United Nations Secretary-General, replacing South Korea's Ban Ki-moon.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Ban Ki-moon ends 10 years at the helm of the United Nations lamenting the "fires still burning" from Syria to South Sudan but buoyed by a global agreement to combat climate change and new U.N. goals…
United Nations Secretary-General selection, 2016: Portugal's Antonio Guterres begins his term as United Nations Secretary-General, replacing South Korea's Ban Ki-moon. 2017-08-27 03:47:34 (First version)
Portugal's Antonio Guterres begins his term as United Nations Secretary-General, replacing South Korea's Ban Ki-moon. (Current version)
Former Prime Minister of Portugal Antonio Guterres is sworn in as the new United Nations Secretary General. 2016-12-12 (Context: Antonio Guterres, Portugal)
The United Nations Security Council affirms the first step in the election of Portuguese Antonio Guterres as the next Secretary-General of the United Nations. If ratified by the General Assembly, he will take office on January 1, 2017. 2016-10-5 (Context: Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General selection, 2016)
Former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark is running for Secretary-General of the United Nations, to succeed Ban Ki-moon whose second term expires at the end of this year. Clark, who is the first non-European and fourth woman among the eight announced candidates, was prime minister for nine years (1999-2008) and has been Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme since April 2009. The United Nations Trusteeship Council will begin preliminary meetings with candidates next week in New York City. 2016-04-4 (Context: Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General selection, 2016)
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon outlines seven priorities for 2010 and urges a renewed focus on sustainable development, ending poverty, disease and hunger. 2010-01-11 (Context: Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General)
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon makes a surprise visit to Afghanistan ahead of the 7 November second round of the presidential election. 2009-11-2 (Context: Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General)
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