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Portugal’s former PM Guterres officially nominated as new UN chief

Portugal’s former prime minister Antonio Guterres was officially nominated by the UN Security Council on Thursday to be the next United Nations secretary-general. Guterres will take up the new post to succeed Ban Ki-moon in January 2017. The 15-member council unanimously adopted a resolution formally presenting Guterres as their choice during a closed-door session. The […]
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