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- Arroyo was able to wield and enjoy the powers and privileges of the presidency.
- Arroyo was elected to a six-year term in 2004, defeating popular actor Fernando Poe, Jr.
- Arroyo was sworn in the same day as the 14th president of the Philippines by Supreme Court Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr.
- Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, a senior military officer together with other high-ranking commanders were plotting the overthrow of President Siad Barre.
- In November Jama Ali Jama was appointed by elders as the next leader, although this decision was again rejected by Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed.
- The new leader is Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, 70, a military strongman and president of the semi-autonomous region of Puntland.
- Abdullah Badawi is a real racist, an open racist.
- Abdullah Badawi is a democrat.
- Abdullah Badawi is a significant part of that legacy.
- Abdullah Badawi: What it is worse is Palestine, that is the mother of the problem, if I can use the word.
- King Abdullah II is a close US ally with Jordan and Egypt the only Arab countries that have made peace with Israel.
- According to a report in the London-based Al-Quds al-Arabi Jordan's King Abdullah II has offered Jordanian citizenship to 95,000 east Jerusalem Palestinians.
- The international community must understand that King Abdullah II has assumed power through inheritance and is now practicing absolute monarchy in Jordan.
- Costa Rica's Congress failed to approve the pact under former President Abel Pacheco.
- While Costa Rican elections are set for February, Weller said Oscar Arias, frontrunner to succeed lame duck President Abel Pacheco, is a strong CAFTA backer.
- Agriculture is the economic mainstay, but manufacturing and tourism are important and there is a fledgling film industry.
- Agriculture is the mainstay of the Congolese economy, accounting for 54.9% of GDP in 2000.
- Agriculture is the principal economic activity with crops grown both for domestic consumption and export.
- Ahmad Tejan Kabbah is a thoroughly dishonest, unscrupulous and wicked man.
- AHMED: The will to scarify myself for Allah is the first and most major reason.
- Ahmed was appointed chief justice of Bangladesh in January 1990, and in December became the country's acting president following the resignation of Pres.
- Ahmed was born in the town of Galkacyo, in the Mudug Region, and is a member of the Darod, one of Somalia's largest clans.
- Akihito is a tabloid photographer, and Asami is a mob boss.
- Akihito is a young photoreporter; he captures the attention of Asami, a business man who probably is engaged in a drug traffic and with the mafia.
- Akihito is the eldest son and the fifth child of the Emperor Showa (Hirohito) and the Empress Kojun (Nagako).
- Akihito is the eldest son and the fifth child of the Emperor Sh--wa (Hirohito) and the Empress K--jun (Nagako).
- Akihito was born on Dec.
- Albert was a camper and later a counselor for six summers at camp Tecumseh on Lake Winnipesaukee, Moultonborough NH in the 1970s.
- Albert was a camper and later a counselor for six summers at camp Tecumseh on Lake Winnipesaukee, Moultonborough, NH, USA, in the 1970s.
- Albert was camper and later a counselor for six summers at camp Tecumseh on Lake Winnipesaukee, Moultonborough NH in the 1970's.
- Albert Pintat Santol--ria (born 23 June 1943) is the executive council president (head of government) of Andorra.
- Albert Pintat of the centre-right Liberal Party became prime minister at general elections in April 2005.
- Alejandro Toledo is the president of the Global Center for Development and Democracy.
- Alexander Lukashenko is a communist. +2
- Alexander Lukashenko is a leader who is isolated not only from the world and from his own people but from his own government.
- Alexander Lukashenko is a man with a passion for sport and farming.
- ALEXANDRE is a mentalist residing in South Florida.
- ALEXANDRE is a writer, Magician and Mentalist.
- Alexandre is also a contributing editor at Canada-s national news magazine -Maclean-s-. He has reported from Iraq, Liberia, Haiti, Israel and Chechnya.
- ALFREDO PALACIO: They condemn us to not to have health, not to have education.
- After Gutierrez fled last month, the country's congress named his vice president Alfredo Palacio as the new president.
- The day he took office, President Alfredo Palacio announced he would put social spending first and hold back some of the oil money from bondholders.
- Alfred Moisiu is a former Albanian defense minister and currently heads the pro-NATO Albanian Atlantic Association.
- Alfred Moisiu was sworn in as the President of Albania on June 24, 2002, becoming head of state at age 73.
- Alfred Moisiu was sworn in as the president of Albania on June 24, 2002, becoming the head of state at age 73.
- Ali Khamenei is a leader unlike any other, but the rules of politics still apply: a single miscalculation can change everything.
- Ariel Sharon is a known ardent Zionist.
- Ariel Sharon is a man of few words and great principles.
- Ariel Sharon is a man of potent primal urges, of violence, of combat, cunning and brilliance.
- Ariel Sharon is a man of that calibre.
- Ariel Sharon is a war criminal.
- Armenia is a landlocked country located in south-west Asia, east of Turkey.
- Armenia is a member of the Council of Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States and for centuries has been on the crossroads between East and West.
- Armenia is a presidential representative republic.
- Armenia is a primarily Oriental Orthodox country.
- Armenia was a rich empire and had a rich culture before the common era, at one period controlling all the land between the Black and Caspian Seas.
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- AZALI Assoumani was elected president with 75% of the vote.
- Bagabandi was at the Pentagon to discuss defense issues of mutual interest with Myers and Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld.
- Bagabandi was at the Pentagon to discuss defense issues of mutual interest with Rumsfeld and his top advisors.
- The new Prime Minister, Baldwin Spencer, is a 55-year-old labour activist.
- Winston Baldwin Spencer (born October 8, 1948) is the prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda.
- The Baldwin Spencer photographic archive is now regarded as one of the earliest and most significant ethnographic records of Aboriginal life in Australia.
- Balkenende is also called "Balkenellende" by some citizens, "ellende" means misery.
- BERTIE AHERN: The Republic of Ireland; that created a constitutional problem for us, and still does.
- Bertie Ahern is a man who was handed a bucket load of money, the price of a decent house at the time, by businessmen at a dinner in Manchester.
- Bertie Ahern is a master of gesture politics.
- Bertie Ahern is a very unscrupulous man.
- Biya is a lucky human being.
- Biya is a manipulator.
- Biya is a weak man, a double dealer with a phobia for coups d’etat”.
- Biya is a weak man, a double dealer with a phobia for coups d---etat---. Ahmadou Ahidjo --- RFI, August 23, 1983.
- Biya is one of the most patient, tolerant and humane Heads of State in the world, because he is the most insulted in the press.
- BLITZER: A lot of us remember all those Australian tourists who were killed in that terrorist attack in Bali.
- BLITZER: A lot of us were shocked at those images we saw in December when the mostly white Australians were attacking Muslims at that beach in Australia.
- BLITZER: A significant milestone for Iraq this weekend with the country's parliament approving a new national unity government.
- BLITZER: The former president of the United States, Jimmy Carter, wrote an article in the newspaper USA Today on Tuesday in which he said this.
- BLITZER: The president of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, said this earlier in the week.
- Bolkiah is also the Prime Minister of Brunei, as well as holding the portfolios of Defence and Finance .
- They have until 13 January 2000 to surrender to the authorities as part of a peace plan offered by Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
- In April 10th 2004, international observers in Algeria have endorsed the presidential election which was won by the incumbent, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
- Branko Crvenkovski is a very rational man and the SDSM has already adopted the American official attitude with respect to Ahmeti.
- Branko Crvenkovski was elected president of Macedonia on 28 April 2004, in a second round of elections.
- The Cabinet was thereafter appointed, but some MPs who were offered ministerial positions declined to take up posts .
- The cabinet is based on a very slim majority in parliament of 78 seats out of 150.
- Canadians are in a bitchy mood and are looking for a change.
- Canadians were told our forces would be peacekeepers.
- Christoph Blocher, mit einer derzeitigen Eigenkapitalquote von 46,8 Prozent verfügt die Ems über ein dickes Polster.
- Christoph Blocher (born 11 October 1940) is a conservative Swiss politician, industrialist and member of the Swiss Federal Council.
- Doch gem-ss Christoph Blocher stimmt das nicht.
- Comoros is the world's leading producer of essence of ylang-ylang, used in manufacturing perfume.
- Comoros was frequented by travelers from Africa, Madagascar, Indonesia, and Arabia before the first Europeans encountered the islands.
- The Comoros is a member of the Franc Zone.
- The Comoros is the world's leading producer of the essence of ylang-ylang, a type of oil widely used in the perfume industry.
- Current national leaders is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Denzil Douglas was re-elected for a third consecutive term in October 2004.
- Djibouti is a republic whose electorate approved the current constitution in September 1992.
- Djibouti is a small country in East Africa, that borders on the Red Sea, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia.
- Djibouti was the base of operations for French forces during the Persian Gulf War, and the French remain a strong military and technical presence.
- Djibouti was the last African country to gain its independence and it is still an important French base in the region.
- Burundi-s ethnic civil war is nearing a conclusion, according to the country-s president, Domitien Ndayizeye.
- Mr Mandela praised President Pierre Buyoya for stepping down on schedule to cede power to his Hutu vice- president, Domitien Ndayizeye.
- Domitien Ndayizeye wurde als Mitglied der Hutu -Mehrheit schon in jungen Jahren mit der Unterdr--ckung seitens der Tutsi konfrontiert.
- Early elections were called after the death of former Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski in a plane crash on 26 February 2004.
- The early elections were scheduled as a result of constitutional changes that were swiftly passed on 22 May.
- Elizabeth is a conservative in matters of religion, moral standards and family matters .
- Elizabeth was proclaimed as Queen in Canada first, by the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, on 6 February, 1952.
- Elizabeth was reported, by Paul Martin, Sr., as worrying that the Crown "had little meaning for [Trudeau]".
- Elizabeth was thirteen years old when World War II broke out, and she and her younger sister, Princess Margaret, were evacuated to Windsor Castle, Berkshire.
- Elizabeth was thirteen years old when World War II broke out.
- Epirus is a rugged and mountainous region.
- Epirus was ruled from the 6th century by a dynasty, the Molossians, who claimed to be descended from Neoptolemus, son of Achilles.
- Epirus was ruled from the 6th century by a dynasty, the Molossians, who claimed to be descended from Pyrrhus, son of Achilles.
- Epirus was settled by Greeks early in the first millennium BC but remained a frontier area contested with the Illyria n peoples of the Adriatic Sea coast.
- Epirus was settled by Greeks early in the first millennium BC but remained a frontier area contested with the Illyrian peoples of the Adriatic coast.
- The military's immediate but short-lived installation of his son, Faure Gnassingbe, as president provoked widespread international condemnation.
- Under strong international pressure Faure Gnassingbe stepped down and called the election.
- Faure Gnassingbe, the son of Togo's late veteran leader Gnassingbe Eyadema, won presidential elections in April 2005, gaining 60% of the votes.
- The Federation was an internally self-governing, federal state made up of ten provinces, all British colonial possessions.
- The federation was created by the United Kingdom in 1958 from most of the British West Indies.
- Fidel Castro is a favorite.
- FREDERICK SUMAYE: No, I don't agree to that.
- FREDERICK SUMAYE: Eighty-five percent no, 15 percent yes.
- FREDERICK SUMAYE: Industries that process the agricultural commodities.
- Gasparovic is a Communist apologist and a Meciar puppet and that is why he is supporting Serbia.
- Gasparovic is a fan of hockey and previously served on the board of the Slovan Bratislava hockey club.
- Gasparovic is a new volunteer; his application is included in the back-up materials.
- Gasparovic is a new volunteer; his application was included in the back-up materials.
- Gasparovic is one of about seven guys in competition for playing time in the back.
* General Election
* George Bush
* Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
* Hamad Bin Khalifa
* Hamid Karzai
* Helen Clark
* Henrique Rosa
* Hifikepunye Pohamba
* Hosni Mubarak
* Hu Jintao
* Iajuddin Ahmed
* Ismail Omar Guelleh
* Jacques Chirac
* Jalal Talabani
* Janez Drnovsek
* John Howard
* John Paul
* Jorge Sampaio
* Joseph Deiss
* Joseph Kabila
* Karolos Papoulias
* Kenny Anthony
* Kessai Note
* Kim Jong-Il
* Ludwig Scotty
* Lula Da Silva
* Lula Silva
* Maatia Toafa
* Mahmoud Abbas
* Manmohan Singh
* Martin Torrijos
* Maumoon Abdul Gayoom
* Meles Zenawi
* Mikhail Saakashvili
* Musa Said
* Natsagiyn Bagabandi
* Nguyen Khanh
* Owen Arthur
* Pascal Couchepin
* Patrick Manning
* Paul Martin
* Pedro Pires
* Pervez Musharraf
* Prime Minister
* Queen Elizabeth
* Ralph Gonsalves
* Ricardo Lagos
* Said Musa
* Samuel Schmid
* Saparmurat Niyazov
* Tandja Mamadou
* Tarja Halonen
* Tassos Papadopoulos
* Thaksin Shinawatra
* Than Shwe
* Tony Blair
* Traian Basescu
* Tran Duc Luong
* United Kingdom
* Valdas Adamkus
* Vicente Fox
* Yoweri Museveni
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