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    Foreign Personalities, From Stage, Screen, Politics And Life

    This is Glória Menezes, the Brazilian actress known for her work in soap operas.
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    Foreign Personalities, From Stage, Screen, Politics And Life

    The 85-year-old Brazilian actress Gloria Menezes has been away from TV since 2018. For some time she had health problems and was even hospitalized but was soon discharged
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    African Despots

    The Coronavirus pandemic has forced African despots to stay in their countries. They were prevented from seeking medical treatment abroad and were forced to face their countries' precarious health system Many African dictators routinely traveled abroad to seek expensive medical treatment, such as Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe, who died in Singapore last year at the age of 95. José Eduardo dos Santos, former president of Angola, also used to travel to Barcelona, Spain Perhaps this is why these men are over 80 and 90 years old, in stark contrast to the common populations of their countries whose life expectancy in some countries like Sierra Leone reaches only 37 years.
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    Mahathir Mohamad

    The former Malaysian prime minister who served twice: between 1981 and 2003 and then between 2018 and 2020. Tomorrow he will be 95 years old, and in two days his wife Siti Hasmah will be 94. I think it would be time for both of them to debut the 2021 DeathList (if they are alive by then)
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    Robert Mugabe

    ROBERT MUGABE IS DEAD! THANK GOD!!! I thought this bastard was never going to die. At least now the people of Zimbabwe and the world can breathe a sigh of relief
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    African Despots

    Updated list (Today, September 8, 2019) *Robert Mugabe (1924), the dictator of Zimbabwe. *Girma Wolde-Giorgis (1924), former president of Ethiopia. Not ill, but fat as hell. Could have a bad stroke some day. *Shehu Shagari (1925), former president of Nigeria *Olusegun Obasanjo (1937) former president of Nigeria *Dawda Jawara (1924), former president of Gambia. *Kenneth Kaunda (1924) former president of Zambia. *Daniel arap Moi (1924), former Kenyan president. *Mwai Kibaki (1931) former president of Kenya *Quett Masire (1925) former Botswana president *Abdoulaye Wade (1926) politician of Senegal. *Abdou Diouf (1935) former president of Senegal. *Hosni Mubarak (1928) former Egpytian president *Pascal Lissouba (1931) former president of Congo *Paul Biya (1933) president of Cameroon *Pedro Pires (1934) former president of Cape Verde *Yakubu Gowon (1934) Nigerian president *Nicephore Soglo (1935) former Benin president *Menghistu (1937) Ethiopian dictator *Abdelaziz Bouteflika (1937) Algerian politician *Beji Caid Essebsi (1926), Tunisian president. *Zine Ben Ali (1936) Tunisian president *Fouad Mebazaa (1933) Tunisian president *Didier Ratsiraka (1936) former president of Madagascar *Albert Zafy (1927) former president of Madagascar *Norbert Ratsirahonana (1938) former president of Madagascar *John Kufuor (1938) former president of Ghana *Alpha Condé (1938) president of Guinea *Moussa Traoré (1936) fomer presidet of Mali *Joaquim Chissano (1939) former president of Mozambique *Sam Nujoma (1929) former president of Namibia *Hifikepunye Pohamba (1935) former president of Namibia *Henri Konan Bédié (1934) former president of Ivory Coast *Ellen Sirleaf (1938) president of Liberia *Ruth Perry (1939) interim president of Liberia
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    African Despots

    Two have died within a week or so: Dawda Jawara (27 August) and Robert Mugabe (6 September)
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    African Despots

    Another African ruler dies. The former president of Algeria, Abdelmalek Benhabyles (born April 27, 1921), died yesterday at the age of 97. Benhabyles, who had been interim president - for 3 days from January 11 to 14, 1992 - was an activist of the national movement, member of the Movement for the triumph of democratic freedoms (MTLD) and head of external affairs of the GPRA. After independence (1962), the deceased held several positions of responsibility. He was Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1963 to 1964, Ambassador of Algeria to Japan from 1964 to 1971 and Minister of Justice in 1977. https://www.huffpostmaghreb.com/entry/deces-de-lancien-president-du-conseil-constitutionnel-abdelmalek-benhabyles_mg_5c272ba3e4b08aaf7a90bf60
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    African Despots

    Calm down, the Mugabe time will come. Give from time to time
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    African Despots

    Former President of Nigeria, Shehu Shagari, is dead. It was your grandson who broke the news. Born on February 25, 1925, in Sokoto, Shagari played an important role in the political life of the country since he was an English colony. intensifying when his country became independent in 1960. After the end of the first military regime inaugurated after a coup in 1966, Shagari became president in 1979 with the promise of restoring Nigeria's economy. It did not last long, until in 1983 he was overthrown by the military, who established another dictatorship which would last until 2000. Banned from the political life of the country for 35 years, he was limited to giving certain opinions but almost always very modest. He died at age 93 at the National Hospital in Abuja at 1:30 p.m. while battling a disease.
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    African Despots

    http://www.africanews.com/2018/12/28/nigeria-s-first-executive-president-shehu-shagari-dies-aged-93/
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    The 4th Crowdsource Deathlist (2019 edition)

    Please, if it does not bother you a lot, I would like you to include 2019 list the Brazilian TV presenter and businessman Sílvio Santos, who turned 88 years ago 2 days ago.
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2019

    Please, if you do not mind a lot, I would ask you to add Brazilian TV presenter and businessman Sílvio Santos to next year's list, which even turned 88 on yesterday.
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    31. Imelda Marcos

    Please, if possible I would like you to put the former first lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos, on the 2019 list. Next year she turns 90 and, judging by this photo, I believe she will not live longer than that. http://media.philstar.com/images/the-philippine-star/world/20170830/imelda-imee-marcos.jpg
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2019

    Please, if possible I would like you to put the former first lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos, on the 2019 list. Next year she turns 90 and, judging by this photo, I believe she will not live longer than that.
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