The United Nations has announced former Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali died Tuesday. He was 93.
Boutros-Ghali oversaw U.N. peacekeeping efforts in Bosnia, Somalia and Rwanda.
Before taking the U.N. post, Boutros-Ghali reportedly brokered a $26 million deal with Rwanda supplying the weapons that would later be used in the 1994 genocide. He acknowledged $5.8 million of that, citing his role as Egypt's foreign minister.
The U.S. vetoed what would have been Boutros-Ghali's second term.
He is the only secretary-general to have served just one term and the first Arab to hold the position.
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