Ban Ki-moon said he was “shocked and deeply troubled” by the charges but the secretary-general has not moved to set up a UN review of the bribery scheme. Photo: Reuters Ban Ki-moon said he was “shocked and deeply troubled” by the charges but the secretary-general has not moved to set up a UN review of the bribery scheme. Photo: Reuters
Ban Ki-moon said he was “shocked and deeply troubled” by the charges but the secretary-general has not moved to set up a UN review of the bribery scheme. Photo: Reuters

UN looks into donations linked to former UN General Assembly president John Ashe

Contributions of about US$1.5 million from a foundation are being scrutinised as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon express 'shock' at the incident

Ban Ki-moon said he was “shocked and deeply troubled” by the charges but the secretary-general has not moved to set up a UN review of the bribery scheme. Photo: Reuters Ban Ki-moon said he was “shocked and deeply troubled” by the charges but the secretary-general has not moved to set up a UN review of the bribery scheme. Photo: Reuters
Ban Ki-moon said he was “shocked and deeply troubled” by the charges but the secretary-general has not moved to set up a UN review of the bribery scheme. Photo: Reuters
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