PINOY MEN SOCIETY: 10/01/2009 - 11/01/2009

PINOY MEN SOCIETY is better as a member

Oct 31, 2009

Henry Lee : Brawns and Brains

Here’s another sexy Filipino, this 5′10″, 170lbs, 23 year old Filipino-Chinese model based in San Francisco studied Philosophy and Law at San Francisco State University.






i find him sexy - mcky88

no to hate crime

A Day In Hand & Say No to Hate Crime
Please promote this event in whatever capacity in your blog/website/paper/magazine/ organisation. We are a grass roots campaign and we need to spread info quickly. The campaign’s success depends upon your support.


A Day In Hand supports Candle-lit Vigil Against All Hate Crime

Trafalgar Square, London: 8pm-10pm

Friday 30th October 2009




         
 Same-sex hand holding (Sshh): Our silent revolution.      

A Day In Hand calls on all attendees of the silent Candle-lit vigil Against All Hate-Crime to hold hands with someone of the same gender in support of equal respect for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans (LGBT) people. This vigil has been organised in response to the death of Ian Baynham who was attacked in a homophobic hate crime in Trafalgar Square and remembers all those who have suffered from hate crime.

Click here for event posters. Please print out and display.

David Watkins, Founder of A Day In Hand, who will be speaking at the vigil says, “Homophobic hate crime continues to raise its ugly head and we must be clear about the damage it causes. However, people have the power to fight homophobic hate crime by supporting the right of LGBT people to hold hands with their loved ones in public. By increasing visibility of same-sex love, we ultimately seek to reduce homophobic hate crime. Only when it becomes clear that same-sex love is widely spread in every community, will LGBT people firmly become part of the cultural landscape. Do not let hate crime win. Live your love, for all to see! In this way we can tackle fear, usualise our existence and change hearts and minds.”

How can you make a difference?

We call on people to continue to hold hands with someone of the same gender throughout the weekend and beyond.


Send your Sshh! photos to yourstories@adayinhand.com

A Day In Hand announces the second ever international Same-sex hand holding (Sshh!) Saturday on October 31st 2009.  On this day, same-sex couples and friends all over the world are encouraged to hold hands in public to support the visibility of LGBT people. This is a revolutionary way of encouraging and inspiring LGBT people to take responsibility for their equality and live their lives without fear or restraint.



The Vigil is being organised by the Facebook group 17-24-30 which was set up to mark the 10th Anniversaries of the London Nail Bomb attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho. This vigil has been organised in response to the death of Ian Baynham who was attacked in a homophobic hate crime in Trafalgar Square. We also remember all those who have suffered and continue to suffer from all forms of hate crime. Please come straight to Trafalgar Square for the Vigil, please do not bring banners and placards - we want to see a sea of candles and faces. Bring non-drip candles. NO GLASS. Please print out the attached poster and display.

How can I get involved? – (see contact info below) + useful links:

Website:             http://www.adayinhand.com   (PLEASE REGISTER WITH OUR WEBSITE)
Facebook:          http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=44558452324
Vigil:                  http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/event.php?eid=152586453159&ref=ts

A Day In Hand is also on Twitter and Flickr

Send your public same-sex hand holding photos with a description to yourstories@adayinhand.com

Contact
David Watkins (A Day In Hand founder)                                    info@adayinhand.com
Available for A Day In Hand interviews & feature writing.             +44 (0) 7931 461810    


For all US members President Obama is signing the Hate Crimes Bill into US law For everybody else - HOLD HANDS!  peace - mcky88

Oct 28, 2009

congrats korina


Philippine Senator and now Vice-presidential candidate Manuel 'Mar' Roxas and his new bride, popular Philippine television and radio broadcaster Korina Sanchez acknowledge the crowd during their wedding ceremony Tuesday Oct. 27, 2009 at Sto. Domingo catholic church at Manila's Quezon city in the Philippines. The wedding was postponed a few times following back to back typhoons which saw the worst flooding in Manila in 42 years and extensive damage to homes, agriculture and infrastructure. 

You're so gorgeous korina in your wedding gown ^_^ congratz!- mcky88

Oct 25, 2009

CURSE OF THE SERPENT



ONE YEAR...... AFTER THE BEGINNING..... ONE YEAR.....

Of fun Friendship Hardships Heartbreaks Unity Camaraderie and Party!
We are ready... To taste the

"CURSE OF THE SERPENT"


GENESIS on its First Anniversary

October 29, 2009 Thursday, 10pm


Bed Bar Orosa-Nakpil Courtyard, Malate Php150
with free "Serpent" cocktail drink for you to have a taste of the curse
plus performance of the "FOXY LADIES"


Celebrate with the most sought after party sinners of Genesis and other groups in the Metro.
Taste the Curse of the Serpent as we open our Gates to everyone!


"are you ready to sin with us?"


GENESIS In cooperation with:


Bed Malate Funda Production W.A.R.R. Entertainment PinoyG4M.com Genee Zeebomb Photography Ketchup Magazine DOME Organization


Please contact 0917-8874851 for more details.

star magic for a cause

BRAVO...  mr. M
Star Magic, the talent arm of ABS-CBN,

held the Star Magic Fashion Show
aptly dubbed as
Magic For A Cause.
All proceeds from the fashion show will go to the relief efforts for the victims of the recent typhoons that left the country in a state of calamity. The event was participated by the Kapamilya artists who were/are handled by Star Magic.
( i love xian.. lol -mcky88)




Oct 23, 2009

best buds

It didn’t take long for me to come up with the topic for this post. Who of us isn’t interested in these Asian delights. lalo q 2loy naalala ang best q..lol - mcky88

Oct 19, 2009

let me know his name?

I personally think this guy is really HOT. Some of you might have seen him on ASIANBOYS.COM
He's got a nice and a great body...  SEXY talaga
I'm sure some of you know him.. Let me know his name! - mcky88


 

 
 
 
 


who are the sexiest world leaders?

The literary meaning of a head of state is a person who holds the highest position in national government. The blog”Hottest Heads of State" (http://hottestheadsofstate.wordpress.com/), came up with a list of the hottest living world leaders. The blog added that; “If you disagree with our rankings, we encourage you to voice your opinion by leaving a comment at the bottom of this page. Like any good sham democracy, we will take your comments under advisement.”
What do you think?

Please post your comments... confidentiality guaranteed!



THE "SEXIEST" WORLD LEADERS


  1. Yulia Tymoshenko Prime Minister of Ukraine
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  2. Stoltenberg
    Jens Stoltenberg Prime Minister of Norway
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  3. Wangchuck
    Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck King of Bhutan
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  4. Kabila
    Joseph Kabila President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
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  5. Kirchner
    Cristina Fernández de Kirchner President of Argentina
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  6. Correa
    Rafael Correa President of Ecuador
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  7. Henri
    Henri Grand Duke of Luxembourg
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  8. Skerrit
    Roosevelt Skerrit Prime Minister of Dominica
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  9. Macapagal-Arroyo
    Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo President of the Philippines
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  10. Topi
    Bamir Topi President of Albania
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  11. Bachelet
    Michelle Bachelet President of Chile
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  12. Lukashenko
    Alexander Lukashenko President of Belarus
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  13. Gusmão
    Xanana Gusmão Prime Minister of East Timor
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  14. Nasheed
    Mohamed Nasheed President of the Maldives
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  15. Obama
    Barack Obama President of the United States of America
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  16. Loong
    Lee Hsien Loong Prime Minister of Singapore
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  17. Funes
    Mauricio Funes President of El Salvador
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  18. Putin
    Vladimir Putin Prime Minister of Russia
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  19. Nkurunziza
    Pierre Nkurunziza President of Burundi
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  20. Kikwete
    Jakaya Kikwete President of Tanzania
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  21. Pahor
    Borut Pahor Prime Minister of Slovenia
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  22. Hariri
    Saad Hariri Prime Minister of Lebanon
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  23. dos Santos
    José Eduardo dos Santos President of Angola
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  24. Faymann
    Werner Faymann Chancellor of Austria
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  25. Parvanov
    Georgi Parvanov President of Bulgaria
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  26. Tadić
    Boris Tadić President of Serbia
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  27. Nguesso
    Denis Sassou Nguesso President of the Republic of the Congo
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  28. Sarkozy
    Nicolas Sarkozy President of France
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  29. Neves
    José Maria Neves Prime Minister of Cape Verde
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  30. Vázquez
    Tabaré Vázquez President of Uruguay
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  31. Netanyahu
    Benjamin Netanyahu Prime Minister of Israel
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  32. Đukanović
    Milo Đukanović Prime Minister of Montenegro
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  33. Papoulias
    Karolos Papoulias President of Greece
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  34. Mori
    Manny Mori President of Micronesia
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  35. Saakashvili
    Mikheil Saakashvili President of Georgia
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  36. Uribe
    Alvaro Uribe President of Colombia
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  37. Afewerki
    Isaias Afewerki President of Eritrea
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  38. Vanhanen
    Matti Vanhanen Prime Minister of Finland
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  39. Spencer
    Baldwin Spencer Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda
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  40. Sihamoni
    Norodom Sihamoni King of Cambodia
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  41. Karzai
    Hamid Karzai President of Afghanistan
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  42. Silva
    Aníbal Cavaco Silva President of Portugal
    -
  43. Manning
    Patrick Manning Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago
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  44. Hans-Adam II
    Hans-Adam II Prince of Liechtenstein
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  45. Touré
    Amadou Toumani Touré President of Mali
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  46. Suleiman
    Michel Suleiman President of Lebanon
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  47. Sigurðardóttir
    Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir Prime Minister of Iceland
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  48. Ahmadinejad
    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad President of Iran
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  49. Zardari
    Asif Ali Zardari President of Pakistan
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  50. Abidin
    Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia
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  51. Koroma
    Ernest Bai Koroma President of Sierra Leone
    -
  52. Rajoelina
    Andry Rajoelina President of the High Transition of Authority of Madagascar
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  53. Morales
    Evo Morales President of Bolivia
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  54. Abdullah II
    Abdullah II King of Jordan
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  55. Nazarbayev
    Nursultan Nazarbayev President of Kazakhstan
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  56. Museveni
    Yoweri Museveni President of Uganda
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  57. Saleh
    Ali Abdullah Saleh President of Yemen
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  58. Balkenendeif
    Jan-Peter Balkenende Prime Minister of the Netherlands
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  59. Berdimuhamedov
    Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov President of Turkmenistan
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  60. Calderón
    Felipe Calderón President of Mexico
    -
  61. Harper
    Stephen Harper Prime Minister of Canada
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  62. McAleese
    Mary McAleese President of Ireland
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  63. Mills
    John Atta Mills President of Ghana
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  64. Bakiyev
    Kurmanbek Bakiyev President of Kyrgyzstan
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  65. Berlusconi
    Silvio Berlusconi Prime Minister of Italy
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  66. Gnassingbé
    Faure Gnassingbé President of Togo
    -
  67. Lula da Silva
    Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva President of Brazil
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  68. Margrethe II
    Margrethe II Queen of Denmark
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  69. Johnson-Sirleaf
    Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf President of Liberia
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  70. Dũng
    Nguyễn Tấn Dũng Prime Minister of Vietnam
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  71. Jammeh
    Yahya Jammeh President of The Gambia
    -
  72. Key
    John Key Prime Minister of New Zealand
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  73. Préval
    René Préval President of Haiti
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  74. Wazed
    Sheikh Hasina Wazed Prime Minister of Bangladesh
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  75. Venetiaan
    Ronald Venetiaan President of Suriname
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  76. Dũng
    Paul Biya President of Cameroon
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  77. Thomas
    Tillman Thomas President of Grenada
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  78. Golding
    Bruce Golding Prime Minister of Jamaica
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  79. Grybauskaitė
    Dalia Grybauskaitė President of Lithuania
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  80. Sejdiu
    Fatmir Sejdiu President of Kosovo
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  81. Rahmon
    Emomalii Rahmon President of Tajikistan
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  82. Khalifah
    Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifah King of Bahrain
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  83. Zongo
    Tertius Zongo Prime Minister of Burkina Faso
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  84. Brown
    Gordon Brown Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
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  85. Singh
    Manmohan Singh Prime Minister of India
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  86. Hinds
    Sam Hinds Prime Minister of Guyana
    -
  87. Colom
    Álvaro Colom President of Guatemala
    -
  88. Sargsyan
    Tigran Sargsyan Prime Minister of Armenia
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  89. Ansip
    Andrus Ansip Prime Minister of Estonia
    -
  90. Sejdiu
    Nikola Gruevski Prime Minister of Macedonia
    -
  91. King
    Stephenson King Prime Minister of St. Lucia
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  92. Ingraham
    Hubert Ingraham Prime Minister of the Bahamas
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  93. Rudd
    Kevin Rudd Prime Minister of Australia
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  94. Boc
    Emil Boc Prime Minister of Romania
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  95. Ouyahia
    Ahmed Ouyahia Prime Minister of Algeria
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  96. Barrrow
    Dean Barrrow Prime Minister of Belize
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  97. Chavez
    Hugo Chavez President of Venezuela
    -
  98. Gustaf
    Carl XVI Gustaf King of Sweden
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  99. Greceanîi
    Zinaida Greceanîi Prime Minister of Moldova
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  100. Ortega
    Daniel Ortega President of Nicaragua
    -
  101. Juan Carlos
    Juan Carlos I King of Spain
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  102. Mohammed
    Mohammed VI King of Morocco
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  103. Mbasogo
    Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo President of Equatorial Guinea
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  104. Akihito
    Akihito Emperor of Japan
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  105. Sevele
    Feleti Sevele Prime Minister of Tonga
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  106. Assad
    Bashar al Assad President of Syria
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  107. Aso
    Taro Aso Prime Minister of Japan
    -
  108. Sargsyan
    Serzh Sargsyan President of Armenia
    -
  109. Merkel
    Angela Merkel Chancellor of Germany
    -
  110. Erdoğan
    Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Prime Minister of Turkey
    -
  111. Jintao
    Hu Jintao President of China
    -
  112. Tomeing
    Litokwa Tomeing President of the Marshall Islands
    -
  113. Gustaf
    Hassanal Bolkiah Sultan of Brunei
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  114. Abela
    George Abela President of Malta
    -
  115. Špirić
    Nikola Špirić Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina
    -
  116. Kaczyński
    Lech Kaczyński President of Poland
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  117. Fernández
    Leonel Fernández President of the Dominican Republic
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  118. Rompuy
    Herman Van Rompuy Prime Minister of Belgium
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  119. Kagame
    Paul Kagame President of Rwanda
    -
  120. Sambi
    Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi President of Comoros
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  121. Abbas
    Mahmoud Abbas President of the Palestinian National Authority
    -
  122. Christofias
    Dimitris Christofias President of the Republic of Cyprus
    -
  123. Kibaki
    Mwai Kibaki President of Kenya
    -
  124. Gustaf
    David Thompson Prime Minister of Barbados
    -
  125. Sólyom
    László Sólyom President of Hungary
    -
  126. Yudhoyono
    Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono President of Indonesia
    -
  127. Yar’Adua
    Umaru Yar’Adua President of Nigeria
    -
  128. Yadav
    Ram Baran Yadav President of Nepal
    -
  129. Chao-shiuan
    Liu Chao-shiuan Premier of Taiwan
    -
  130. Mubarak
    Hosni Mubarak President of Egypt
    -
  131. Mesić
    Stjepan Mesić President of Croatia
    -
  132. Guebuza
    Armando Guebuza President of Mozambique
    -
  133. Zuma
    Jacob Zuma President of South Africa
    -
  134. Martinelli
    Ricardo Martinelli President of Panama
    -
  135. Bouteflika
    Abdelaziz Bouteflika President of Algeria
    -
  136. Gonsalves
    Ralph Gonsalves Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
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  137. García
    Alan García President of Peru
    -
  138. Maliki
    Nouri al-Maliki Prime Minister of Iraq
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  139. Lugo
    Fernando Lugo President of Paraguay
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  140. Arias
    Óscar Arias President of Costa Rica
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  141. Pohamba
    Hifikepunye Pohamba President of Namibia
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  142. Gbagbo
    Laurent Gbagbo President of the Ivory Coast
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  143. Merz
    Hans-Rudolf Merz President of Switzerland
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  144. Adulyadej
    Bhumibol Adulyadej King of Thailand
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  145. Elbegdorj
    Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj President of Mongolia
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  146. Fico
    Robert Fico Prime Minister of Slovakia
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  147. Zenawi
    Meles Zenawi Prime Minister of Ethiopia
    -
  148. Malielegaoi
    Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi Prime Minister of Samoa
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  149. Mamadou
    Tandja Mamadou President of Niger
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  150. Wade
    Abdoulaye Wade President of Senegal
    -
  151. Bozizé
    François Bozizé President of the Central African Republic
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  152. Bouphavanh
    Bouasone Bouphavanh Prime Minister of Laos
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  153. Menezes
    Fradique de Menezes President of São Tomé and Príncipe
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  154. Letsie
    Letsie III King of Lesotho
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  155. Al-Sabah
    Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah Emir of Kuwait
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  156. Somare
    Michael Somare Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea
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  157. Aliyev
    Ilham Aliyev President of Azerbaijan
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  158. Guelleh
    Ismail Omar Guelleh President of Djibouti
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  159. Zatlers
    Valdis Zatlers President of Latvia
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  160. Wick
    Ratnasiri Wickremanayake Prime Minister of Sri Lanka
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  161. Monaco
    Jean-Paul Proust Minister of State of Monaco
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  162. Ben Ali
    Zine El Abidine Ben Ali President of Tunisia
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  163. Mutharika
    Bingu wa Mutharika President of Malawi
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  164. Abdullah
    Abdullah King of Saudi Arabia
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  165. Myung-bak
    Lee Myung-bak President of South Korea
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  166. al-Bashir
    Omar al-Bashir President of Sudan
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  167. Fischer
    Jan Fischer Prime Minister of the Czech Republic
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  168. Mugabe
    Robert Mugabe President of Zimbabwe
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  169. Castro
    Raúl Castro President of Cuba
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  170. Khalifa
    Hamad bin Khalifa Emir of Qatar
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  171. Benedict
    Pope Benedict XVI Sovereign of Vatican City
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  172. Jong-il
    Kim Jong-il Chairman of the National Defense Commission of North Korea


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