Kofi Annan, UN Leader Who Won Peace Prize, Dies at 80
Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan speaks about global security at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. (Photographer: Diane Bondareff/Bloomberg News)

Kofi Annan, UN Leader Who Won Peace Prize, Dies at 80

(Bloomberg) -- Kofi Annan, the soft-spoken Ghanaian diplomat who served as the first United Nations secretary-general from sub-Saharan Africa, has died.
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