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Argentina lodges complaint about UK “militarisation” of South Atlantic

An official complaint has been made at the United Nations by Argentina over what it says is the militarisation of the South Atlantic and more precisely the Falkland Islands or Malvinas.

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Ban pays tribute to UN’s first-ever peacekeeping chief

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is mourning the death of Marrack Goulding of the United Kingdom, the first person to serve as the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operatoins.

UN chief looks forward to working with new British leaders on shared goals

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today congratulated the newly-appointed leaders of the United Kingdom and said he looked forward to working with them on common goals such as climate change, nuclear disarmament and the achievement of global development targets.

United Kingdom’s Queen Elizabeth II plans to address UN General Assembly

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Assembly President Ali Treki today welcomed the announcement from Buckingham Palace that Queen Elizabeth II will visit United Nations Headquarters in New York in July.