I only found out because I checked The Other Wiki
. Which lists the first election as being on the 17th of October and the second on the 6th of December, though considering how rarely the General Assembly meet this may be the first time they met since October.
Here's the UN website bit on the relevant part of the General Assembly meeting. 
The Assembly then turned to its agenda items on elections. Delegates heard that after the 17 October election of Chad, Chile, Lithuania, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia as non-permanent Security Council members, the Permanent Representative of Saudi Arabia had subsequently indicated that his country would not be in a position to assume its seat on the Council.
After one round of voting, the General Assembly elected Jordan to serve as a non-permanent member of the Security Council for a two-year term beginning 1 January 2014.
Jordan didn't run in the first round, only declaring their candidacy after Saudi Arabia declined. So I'm wondering who had the idea of Jordan going for it.
Edit: I just checked, and Saudi Arabia is the only
Arab member of the Asia-Pacific group to never sit on the council. Jordan has sat twice before (same as Lebanon and Iraq and 1 and a half less than Syria). Interesting.
edited 4th Jan '14 7:11:29 AM by Silasw