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5 things to know about the new U.N. secretary general

It’s official — effective Jan. 1, António Guterres will take on the “world’s most impossible job.” In a straw poll held Oct. 5, the United Nations Security Council voted 13 to 0 with two abstentions to give the former Portuguese prime minister and U.N. high commissioner for refugees the job of U.N. secretary general. The U.N. General Assembly […]
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