A day in the life of Ban Ki Moon.
In a unanimous vote, the General Assembly formally blessed the second term of Secretary General Ban Ki Moon.
As no doubt you have seen, Ban Ki Moon officially put himself in the running for Secretary General. On Al Jazeera English last night, I discussed why I think Ban deserves another five years at the helm of the UN.
Ban Ki Moon is officially a candidate to be Secretary General. So far, there are no other candidates to challenge Ban and no veto-wielding permanent member of the Security Council has indicated any serious objections. It is almost assured than Ban will win a second five year term. But does he deserve it?
Ban Ki Moon: "Personally, I am very much relieved by the news that justice has been done to such a mastermind of international terrorism."
Happy New Year, everyone! We wish you a happy and healthy year. 2011 is also a big year for the top man at the United Nations.
Ban Ki Moon at the UN Correspondents Association Dinner pokes fun at the USA's apparent spying efforts against him, as revealed by wikileaks.
At a meeting on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Lisbon, Ban Ki Moon fielded a question about whether or not NATO countries might intervene in South Sudan if things turned for the worse.
A documentary explores the first case of the Cambodia War Crimes Tribunal, which Ban Ki Moon visited yesterday.