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Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) for the CIA 1997-2004. He played a key role in overseeing the intelligence behind the Iraq War
Female Socialist President of Chile 2006-10 and from 2014
The first President of Mexico who came from the opposition. In office 2000-06
Somali-born American (formerly Dutch) activist. She collaborated on a controversial short movie with Theo van Gogh, entitled Submission (2004)
The female president of Latvia 1999-2007. She was instrumental in in achieving membership in the EU and NATO for her country. Have had UN-jobs since
Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk and peace activist. He coined the term Engaged Buddhism and has published more than 100 books
Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland 1997-2008 from Fianna Fáil, who had an important part in the negotiation of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998
Iraqi Islamic political leader who leads the Mahdi forces in opposition to coalition forces in Iraq
Daughter of Donald Trump who is deeply involved in The Trump Organization, and has her own lifestyle brand
Algerian leader of the islamist group Al-Murabitoun, and responsible for the In Amenas hostage crisis. Also known as The One-Eyed and The Uncatchable
President in Argentina 2003-7 who started the Latin-American integration of Argentina, and discontinued alignment with the US. His wife, Cristina Fernández, follow him as presiden
The second to last King of Nepal 1972-2001, when he was killed in the Nepalese royal massacre, possible by the hands of the crown prince
President of Poland 2005-10, until he died in a plane crash near Smolensk
Prime Minister of Lebanon 1992-98 and 2000-04, widely credited with reconstructing Beirut after the war. Killed in a road bomb in 2005, which led to the Cedar Revolution
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Prime Minister of Australia 1996-2007 were he introduced gun-, tax- and immigration-reforms, and sent troops to Iraq and Afghanistan
CEO of Apple, succeeding Steve Jobs in 2011
American diplomat who was killed when the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, was attacked by Islamic militants in 2012
Philippine president from 1998 until he was impeached in 2001. Was sentenced to life, but was pardoned, and returned to the political stage
Female President of the Philippines 2001-10. Has been arrested twice since
Argentine president from 1999 until he had to resign due to the December 2001 riots
These two girls became famous in 2009 when they moved into the White House as part of the Obama family
Prime Minister of the Netherlands 2002-10 from the Christian Democratic Appeal
Controversial Dutch politician known for his muslim criticism was assassinated by Volkert van der Graaf in 2002
Prime Minister of Hungary 1998-2002 and 2010 onwards. Hia advocacy of eurosceptic nationalism and 'illiberal democracy' have drawn negative foreign attention
American businessman who in 2002 became the first person to complete an uninterrupted and unrefueled solo circumnavigation of the world in any kind of aircraft in his balloon
President of Greece 2005-15. In his period as Minister for Foreign Affairs he was an active peace advocate
Dutch muslim critic and film director who was shot and killed by Mohammed Bouyeri in 2004
General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party 2002-12, and President of China 2003-13. Presided over nearly a decade of consistent economic growth

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