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Prince Aly Khan

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  1. known as Aly Khan, was a vice president of the United Nations General Assembly representing Pakistan, for which he served as U.N. ambassador (1958-1960)

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  2. born on June 13, 1911

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  3. died on May 12, 1960

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  4. Best known however as a racehorse owner and jockey, he was a son of Aga Khan III, the head of the Ismaili Muslims, and the father of Aga Khan IV

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  5. His first name was typically spelled Aly in the popular press

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