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UN seeks to relaunch probe into chief's 1961 death

A Swedish-backed resolution circulating at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday seeks to relaunch an investigation into the death of the world body's late chief Dag Hammarskjold, who was killed in a 1961 plane crash in Africa. The text, a copy of which AFP obtained, calls on all 193 member states to produce all "relevant documents" and other information on the Swedish diplomat's death in what is now Zambia.
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