Ethiopian President named among 100 Most Powerful Women in the World

Forbes list of the most powerful women in the world is out and among those in the list include Ethiopia’s first female President Sahle-Work Zewde.

Among famous celebrities who are in the list but not among the top 20 include Serena Williams at number 79, Priyanka Chopra -94, Ivanka Trump-24 and Queen Elizabeth II.

The list is so huge so we focused on the first 20 people and below is the list.

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1.Angela Merkel

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2.Theresa May

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3.Christine Lagarde

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4.Mary Barra

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5.Abigail Johnson

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6.Melinda Gates

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7.Susan Wojcicki

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8.Ana Patricia Botín

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9.Marillyn Hewson

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10.Ginni Rometty

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11.Sheryl Sandberg

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12.Gail Boudreaux

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 13.Angela Ahrendts

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14.Safra Catz

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15.Isabelle Kocher

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16.Adena Friedman

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14.Ho Ching

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18.Emma Walmsley

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19.U.S. Supreme Court Justices

20.Opray Winfrey


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Why was Barack Obama drinking beer at 11am?

Angela Merkel welcomed Barack Obama to the G7 summit with a traditional Bavarian breakfast on Sunday – complete with a half-litre of beer. President Obama had just flown across the Atlantic to meet Mrs Merkel, David Cameron and the other G7 leaders at an exclusive spa resort in the Alps.

But before he could get down to business, Mrs Merkel treated him to a full Bavarian breakfast of white sausages, pretzels and foaming lager. Eleven in the morning might be considered a little early for a beer in some parts of the world, but in Bavaria breakfast is not complete without a weissbier, as the local wheat beer is called. It’s not quite as hard-drinking as it sounds: Bavarians don’t down a quick pint before heading to the office every morning.

It originates in Frühschoppen – a local tradition of meeting for a drink late in the morning on Sundays and holidays.
According to Bavarian custom, the sausages cannot be eaten after 12 noon, because no preservatives are used and they are made fresh every day. Therefore those who wish to wash their sausages down with a beer must get supping before that time. The local saying is that the sausages must not be allowed to hear the church bells chime noon.