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UNESCO chief condemns murder of Jordanian writer
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Director-General condemns shooting of Mexican community radio ...

The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, today condemned the killing of community radio host Agustin Pavia Pavia in the state of Oaxaca on 13 September. I condemn the killing of Agustin Pavia Pavia, the Director-General said. Targeting ... UNESCO, 13 hours ago

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Lavrov Meets UNESCO Head to Discuss UN Secretary-General Selection Procedure

MOSCOW (Sputnik)— Russian Minister Sergey Lavrov and UNESCO head Irina Bokova discussed the selection procedure ofnext UN Secretary-General onthe sidelines ofthe UN General Assembly, the Russian Foreign Ministry said ina statement onWednesday. ...
 Sputnik6 days ago Lavrov, UNESCO head discuss candidates for UN chief post  Tass.ru6 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Meet the woman who hopes to save the world: Irina Bokova

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 Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago
Arab Times


By Fatoumatta K Jallow Ms. Irina Bokova, the Director-General of UNESCO, in her message on the occasion of the International Day of Peace commemorated in The Gambia on 21 st September 2016 in Essau, North Bank Region, which was delivered on her ...
 Foroyaa Online3 days ago Irina Bokova and Emma Watson champion gender equality  IrishSun.com6 days ago Harnessing Africa's Demographic Dividend by Investing in Youth  EnvironmentGuru.com1 week ago IBC discusses health of world refugees, migrants  Arab Times1 week ago
Yahoo! Singapore

Bokova still in running for UN chief: Bulgaria

Bulgaria on Tuesday said UNESCO chief Irina Bokova was still in the running for the UN's top job, dismissing rumours the government was switching its support to a different candidate. Reports had said Bulgaria wanted to replace 64-year-old Bokova ...
 Yahoo! Singapore2 weeks ago AFP - Bulgaria-Germany-Russia-UN-diplomacy  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Bokova still in running for UN chief: Bulgaria  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago UNESCO chief Irina Bokova still in running for UN chief: Bulgaria  Al Manar TV2 weeks ago
Deutsche Welle

Russian favorite Bokova could be first female UN chief

Bulgaria's Irina Bokova is Russia's pick for UN secretary general. Germany denies Moscow's claim that Chancellor Merkel wants to replace her with Kristalina Georgieva, the current vice-president of the EU Commission. Twelve men and women are ...
 Deutsche Welle2 weeks ago

Protecting heritage part of "security response" to conflict

Listen / Irina Bokova (in centre), Director-General of UNESCO UN Photo/Manuel Elias Protecting cultural heritage is an integral part of the "security and humanitarian response" to conflict situations; that's according to Irina Bokova Director ...
 United Nations Multimedia1 day ago Portugal's ex-premier emerges as frontrunner to succeed Ban  Business Standard2 months ago The Next Secretary-General  Kashmir Times5 hours ago Guterres extends lead in race for next U.N. Secretary-General  Humanosphere6 hours ago
Eurasia Review

Bulgaria Insists Still Supports Bokova For UN Top Job

( ) — Bulgaria said Tuesday it was sticking to its candidate for the top UN job, Irina Bokova, for now, after speculation that it was considering switching to backing EU commissioner Kristalina Georgieva. Prime Minister Boiko Borissov said he ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago Bulgarian PM sticks to Bokova for UN top job  EurActiv.com2 weeks ago Bulgaria says sticking to its U.N. candidate for now after talk of change  Sharenet2 weeks ago Borisov backs Bokova until next straw poll vote  New Europe2 weeks ago

Irina Bokova with six votes for UN Secretary-General

Irina Bokova, Bulgaria's nomination for the post of Secretary-General of the UN received six votes in the fifth Security Council ballot. Leader in the race is still former Portuguese prime minister Antonio Guterres, again with 12 encourage votes, ...
 BNR16 hours ago Bulgarian UN Secretary General Nominee Bokova Remains Sixth After Straw Poll  Sofia News Agency1 day ago UNSG Candidates Forum: Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO  Stimson Center1 week ago Prime Minister Boyko Borisov: Irina Bokova remains UN Secretary General candidate; if she is not ranked first or second after September 26, we will decide what to do  Focus Bulgaria2 weeks ago

Bulgaria UN top job contender braces for decisive Security Council vote due soon

Hours remain until the vote that will make clear whether Irina Bokova will continue to be Bulgaria's contender for United Nations Secretary General. The UN Security Council will carry out one more, fifth selection from among the candidates for the ...
 BNR1 day ago Bulgaria President Calls on UN to Back Bokova for Top Job  IrishSun.com4 days ago Standing with President Hollande, Vice-President Biden, to defend Cultural Heritage  Mumbai News.Net6 days ago Irina Bokova remains Bulgaria nominee for UN top job  BNR2 weeks ago
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