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Bulgaria nominates EU Commissioner Georgieva to run for U.N. Chief

SOFIA (Reuters) - The Bulgarian government on Wednesday nominated European Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva to stand for the United Nations Secretary-General post after another candidate, Irina Bokova, dropped in the ranking in the fifth U.N. Security Council secret ballot.
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