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Funeral for former UN chief Annan takes place in Accra

By Reuters
13 September 2018   |   3:29 pm
Ghana bid farewell to former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan on Thursday (September 13) in a state funeral attended by African leaders and international statesmen who hailed his record as an advocate for humanity and world peace.

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