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Forbes' list of world's most powerful people

November 06, 2014, 11:05 UTC+3
Top 10 of world's most powerful people according to Forbes
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1. Russian President Vladimir Putin. Forbes magazine named Russian President Vladimir Putin the world's most powerful person for the second year in a row. Forbes notes that the choice is based on accession of Crimea to Russia and also Russian-Chinese $70 billion contract on the construction of gas pipeline
1. Russian President Vladimir Putin. Forbes magazine named Russian President Vladimir Putin the world's most powerful person for the second year in a row. Forbes notes that the choice is based on accession of Crimea to Russia and also Russian-Chinese $70 billion contract on the construction of gas pipeline
1. Russian President Vladimir Putin. Forbes magazine named Russian President Vladimir Putin the world's most powerful person for the second year in a row. Forbes notes that the choice is based on accession of Crimea to Russia and also Russian-Chinese $70 billion contract on the construction of gas pipeline
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2. US President Barack Obama. "Heading into the second half of his second term, Obama seems stymied both by the West African Ebola breakout and a blood-thirsty militia named ISIS which threaten to undo all the gains of a 9-year war in Iraq that cost the lives of 4,500 Americans," Forbes said. "He has the power but has been too cautious to fully exercise it."
2. US President Barack Obama. "Heading into the second half of his second term, Obama seems stymied both by the West African Ebola breakout and a blood-thirsty militia named ISIS which threaten to undo all the gains of a 9-year war in Iraq that cost the lives of 4,500 Americans," Forbes said. "He has the power but has been too cautious to fully exercise it."
2. US President Barack Obama. "Heading into the second half of his second term, Obama seems stymied both by the West African Ebola breakout and a blood-thirsty militia named ISIS which threaten to undo all the gains of a 9-year war in Iraq that cost the lives of 4,500 Americans," Forbes said. "He has the power but has been too cautious to fully exercise it."
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3. Chinese leader Xi Jinping
3. Chinese leader Xi Jinping
3. Chinese leader Xi Jinping
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4. Pope Francis
4. Pope Francis
4. Pope Francis
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5. German Chancellor Angela Merkel
5. German Chancellor Angela Merkel
5. German Chancellor Angela Merkel
© EPA/BERND VON JUTRCZENKA
6. Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen
6. Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen
6. Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen
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7.  American business magnate Bill Gates
7.  American business magnate Bill Gates
7. American business magnate Bill Gates
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8. President of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi
8. President of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi
8. President of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi
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9. Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page
9. Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page
9. Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page
© AP Photo/Paul Sakuma
10. British Prime Minister David Cameron
10. British Prime Minister David Cameron
10. British Prime Minister David Cameron
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1. Russian President Vladimir Putin. Forbes magazine named Russian President Vladimir Putin the world's most powerful person for the second year in a row. Forbes notes that the choice is based on accession of Crimea to Russia and also Russian-Chinese $70 billion contract on the construction of gas pipeline
© ITAR-TASS/Valeriy Sharifulin
2. US President Barack Obama. "Heading into the second half of his second term, Obama seems stymied both by the West African Ebola breakout and a blood-thirsty militia named ISIS which threaten to undo all the gains of a 9-year war in Iraq that cost the lives of 4,500 Americans," Forbes said. "He has the power but has been too cautious to fully exercise it."
© EPA/OLIVIER DOULIERY / POOL
3. Chinese leader Xi Jinping
© EPA/HOW HWEE YOUNG
4. Pope Francis
© EPA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
5. German Chancellor Angela Merkel
© EPA/BERND VON JUTRCZENKA
6. Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen
© EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS
7. American business magnate Bill Gates
© EPA/MAURIZIO GAMBARINI
8. President of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi
© EPA/FRANK RUMPENHORST
9. Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page
© AP Photo/Paul Sakuma
10. British Prime Minister David Cameron
© EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

Infographics Vladimir Putin's approval raitings in 2014 Vladimir Putin's approval raitings in 2014
Level of Russian citizens' approval of President Vladimir Putin. Infographics by TASS
Forbes magazine named Russian President Vladimir Putin the world's most powerful person for the second year in a row. "For the second year running, our votes went with the Russian president as the world’s most powerful person, followed by US President Barack Obama and Chinese leader Xi Jinping," Forbes said on its website. The top five remained the same as in 2013, with Pope Francis and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at No. 4 and No. 5. Top 10 of world's most powerful people according to Forbes in photo gallery by TASS

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