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Publico — Oct. 6, 2016

"We all win" reads the front-page headline of Lisbon-based daily Publico on Thursday, after Portugal's former Prime Minister António Guterres was chosen to become the next UN secretary general.

After what was largely considered an unremarkable tenure by outgoing UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, commentators are hoping for better results from Guterres, 67, who has served at the helm of the UN's refugee agency.

In Público, Jorge Almeida Fernandes sums up the challenge: "There are always more crises to control and always fewer means to do so," Fernandes writes. "Guterres knows he won't be the leader of the world. He only knows that the UN is in the eye of the storm."

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