Friday Photo: Breakdancing with Ban Ki-moon

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (R-blue cap) watches a child dancing during a visit to the Babilonia shantytown in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 27, 2010. Moon is in Brazil to take part in the III Alliance of Civilizations Forum.

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
AFP PHOTO/VANDERLEI ALMEIDA
AFP PHOTO/VANDERLEI ALMEIDA
AFP PHOTO/VANDERLEI ALMEIDA

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (R-blue cap) watches a child dancing during a visit to the Babilonia shantytown in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 27, 2010. Moon is in Brazil to take part in the III Alliance of Civilizations Forum.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (R-blue cap) watches a child dancing during a visit to the Babilonia shantytown in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 27, 2010. Moon is in Brazil to take part in the III Alliance of Civilizations Forum.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating

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