Ban Ki-moon

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Ban Ki Moon

or Ban Ki-moon  (bän′ gē′ mo͞on′, kē′) Born 1944.
South Korean diplomat who took office as secretary-general of the United Nations in 2007.

Ban Ki-moon

( bæn kiː muːn)
n
(Biography) born 1944, South Korean international civil servant; secretary-general of the United Nations from 2007
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