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Syria accuses Ban Ki-moon of damaging UN reputation by taking sides in conflicts

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Outgoing UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has damaged the international body’s reputation by taking sides in conflicts around the globe, Damascus said on Tuesday, particularly pointing to the wars in Syria and Yemen. Read Full Article at RT.com
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