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 (bo͞o′trōs-gä′lē), Boutros 1922-2016.
Egyptian diplomat who served as secretary-general of the United Nations (1992-1996).


(ˈbu trɔsˈgɑ li)
Boutros, born 1922, Egyptian diplomat: secretary-general of the United Nations 1992–1996.
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Ban, who is from South Korea, would become the third UN head to visit Pyongyang in his official capacity, following Kurt Waldheim in 1979 and Boutros Boutros-Ghali in 1993, it said.
Politicians who have been awarded with it include US President (1992-2000) Bill Clinton, former US Secretary of State (1973-1977) Henry Kissinger, former UK ex-PM Margaret Thatcher (1979-1990) and UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali.
secretary-general honored by the Harvard Foundation during the past 30 years, following Kofi Annan in 1998, Boutros Boutros-Ghali in 1994, and Javier P[R] rez de Cu[R] llar in 1985.
La Cour penale du Caire a emis hier un verdict de prison a perpetuite contre l'ancien ministre des Finances Youssef Boutros-Ghali, pour dilapidation des fonds publics et falsification de documents officiels.
Summary: Cairo: A Cairo court on Tuesday sentenced Egypt's former finance minister Yussef Boutros-Ghali to .
BIRTHDAYS: Boutros Boutros-Ghali, former UN secretary-general, 90; PJ O''Rourke, writer, 65; The Prince Of Wales, pictured, 64; Bernard Hinault, cyclist - five-time winner of the Tour de France, 58; Letitia Dean, actress, 45; Adam Gilchrist, cricketer, 41; Russell Tovey, actor, 31.
As soon as Boutros-Ghali became finance minister in 2005, he did everything he could to bring the National Organisation for Social Insurance and Pensions (NOSIP) under the puriview of his ministry.
Egypt's ex-finance minister Youssef Boutros-Ghali, 59, had to be smuggled out for his own safety after students recognised him at a talk on the Arab Spring on Monday.
Mubarak Tortured Journalist for Revealing Connection Between Boutros-Ghali and Shimon Peres It's easy to forget as we hone in on the torture in Syria that the Egyptian regime was equally notorious for applying atrocious acts on citizens and journalists.
Former Information Minister Anas al-Fekky and former Finance Minister Youssef Boutros-Ghali were acquitted of charges of squandering public funds.
Former information minister Anas El-Fiqqi and former finance minister Youssef Boutros-Ghali were found innocent of charges of graft, specifically squandering public funds.
A criminal court in Egypt has sentenced former finance minister Youssef Boutros-Ghali to thirty years in prison for graft and corruption.