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Former UN Chief Kofi Annan dies

18 August 2018 News


Former United Nations Secretary-General and Nobel Prize laureate, Kofi Annan has died at 80.

Annan was born in Kumasi on 8 April 1938, is said to have died in Switzerland on Saturday morning after a short illness.

Annan served as the seventh UN chief for almost 10 years and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2001.


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