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Published Date: 6/21/2014
Benazir Bhutto, who twice led Pakistan as prime minister and was seeking a third term at the time of her death, would have celebrated her 61st birthday June 21. Here are five facts about Bhutto, her assassination and the conclusions some have drawn...
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Published Date: 12/6/2013
Why was the world so inspired by Nelson Mandela? In large part, it was because of the eloquent words he spoke and wrote. As the world's most famous political prisoner, and then the first black president of South Africa, Madiba raised awareness of injustice and fought...
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Published Date: 12/6/2013
Nelson Mandela lived a life that inspired the world. Here are 20 of our favorite facts about the great leader.
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Published Date: 12/5/2013
Nelson Mandela, one of the most inspirational political leaders of the past century, has died at 95. The first black president of South Africa, he was a crusader who worked to abolish apartheid and the injustices that came with it.
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Published Date: 11/15/2013
Her style and grace were legendary, and her image came to define the 1960s. She captured the hearts of world leaders, fashion icons and people all over the planet, who knew her as Jackie Kennedy, Jacqueline Onassis, or simply Jackie O. But who was the real Jacqueline...
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Published Date: 11/14/2013
President John F. Kennedy certainly had a way with words. He's one of the most quoted people of the 20th century, and his speeches and remarks have inspired a nation for more than 50 years. Here are a few of our favorite JFK quotes.
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