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November 25, 1991 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pressed by the prospect of disease and malnutrition with winter setting in, the Iraqi government agreed Sunday to extend U.N. humanitarian services in the war-ravaged countryside but continued to reject a deal to sell oil for food. U.N. envoy Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan announced at a Baghdad news conference that U.N. operations would be extended for another six months beginning in January. The agreement will permit the U.N. Children's Fund and other U.N.
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May 14, 2003 | From Associated Press
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, a wealthy philanthropist who held a string of top humanitarian posts at the United Nations, has died, associates said Tuesday. He was 70. Sadruddin died Monday at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, said Nasir Sunderji, an official of the Geneva-based Bellerive Foundation, an environmental organization founded by Sadruddin. The cause of death was not announced.
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April 28, 1990 | MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Millions of dollars in U.S. aid money earmarked for the reconstruction of Afghanistan have been squandered through mismanagement, inefficiency and political miscalculations by the U.N. office in charge of the project, according to independent relief agencies, Afghan professionals, U.N. workers and Western diplomats. The program was begun in October, 1988, as an ambitious, billion-dollar international effort to rebuild Afghanistan after a decade of war.
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November 25, 1991 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pressed by the prospect of disease and malnutrition with winter setting in, the Iraqi government agreed Sunday to extend U.N. humanitarian services in the war-ravaged countryside but continued to reject a deal to sell oil for food. U.N. envoy Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan announced at a Baghdad news conference that U.N. operations would be extended for another six months beginning in January. The agreement will permit the U.N. Children's Fund and other U.N.
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May 14, 2003 | From Associated Press
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, a wealthy philanthropist who held a string of top humanitarian posts at the United Nations, has died, associates said Tuesday. He was 70. Sadruddin died Monday at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, said Nasir Sunderji, an official of the Geneva-based Bellerive Foundation, an environmental organization founded by Sadruddin. The cause of death was not announced.
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April 28, 1990 | MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Millions of dollars in U.S. aid money earmarked for the reconstruction of Afghanistan have been squandered through mismanagement, inefficiency and political miscalculations by the U.N. office in charge of the project, according to independent relief agencies, Afghan professionals, U.N. workers and Western diplomats. The program was begun in October, 1988, as an ambitious, billion-dollar international effort to rebuild Afghanistan after a decade of war.
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