Dag Hammarskjold's murder, 50 years later
Teaches Indonesian history at the University of the Sunshine Coast
PREMIUM This week is the deadline for a full report on the death of Dag Hammarskjold to be handed to the current United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres. Hammarskjold, from Sweden, was a former UN secretary-general killed in a mysterious plane crash in Africa in 1961. After a string of reports over the last 50 years, new evidence led to another UN investigation two years ago by Mohamed Chand...
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