The U.N. Correspondents Association 2015 Executive Committee annual luncheon with the U.N. Secretary-General took place on Wednesday, February 4th in the U.N. Delegates Dining Room.
Top Row, from left:
Melissa Kent (CBC/Radio Canada); Nabil Abi Saab (Al-Hurra TV); Valeria Robecco (ANSA News Agency); Kahraman Halicelik (Turkish Radio & TV); Hua Jiang (Acting Director, News & Media Division); Talal Al-Haj (Al-Arabiya News Channel); Farhan Haq (Deputy Spokesperson for the Secretary-General); Gu Zhenqiu (Xinhua News Agency); Emoke Bebiak (DPA, German Press Agency); Richard Amdur (Director of Communications & Speech writing, Executive Office of the Secretary-General)
Bottom Row, from left:Stephane Dujarric (Spokesperson for the Secretary-General); Michell Nichols (Reuters); Ali Barada (An-Nahar/France 24); Cristina Gallach (Under Scretary-General, Communications & Public Information); U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; Giampaolo Pioli (Quotidiano Nazionale, UNCA President); Bouchra Benyoussef (Maghreb Arab Press); Seana Magee (Kyodo News Agency); Sherwin Bryce-Pease (South African Broadcasting)
This morning, before you skip that goodbye kiss to your kids, please consider all the missed kisses for the #sandyhook families. Time is precious.— Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle) December 14, 2018
On this day 6yrs ago, the lives of 20 beautiful children and six brave adults were taken.
Please honor & remember them. pic.twitter.com/vpmsa9gq6g
1. For anyone wondering how the "enduring defeat" of ISIS requires the United States to remain in Syria to fundamentally change Syrian politics and curtail Iranian influence, Amb. Jeffrey explains in his 29 November House testimony: https://t.co/mJCbKRk8Lj pic.twitter.com/I4Stk2SY8A— Sam Heller (@AbuJamajem) December 13, 2018