Originally published 07/17/2017
After 56 years and many investigations, there is new hope that secrets lurking in Western intelligence archives could solve the biggest whodunit in United Nations history: the mysterious death of Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold.
Originally published 03/17/2015
Established by a General Assembly resolution adopted in December 2014, the Panel is expected to submit its report to the Secretary-General no later than 30 June 2015.
Originally published 02/13/2015
The UN recently reopened the investigation into Hammarskjold's death in 1961.
Originally published 12/16/2014
Sweden has asked the United Nations to reopen an investigation to establish whether an aerial attack brought down the secretary general’s plane over a mining town in Africa.
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