Janet Yellen and Miley Cyrus in the list of the most influential personalities in the world

Time magazine chose Janet Yellen - the first woman to head the U.S. Federal Reserve - and pop star Miley Cyrus and Megyn Kelly Fox News network programs presenter within the 41 women on the list of the most influential personalities in the world.
The 2014list of the magazine includes, which was published on Thursday, the second appearance of the singer Beyonce, which topped the image of the cover of the magazine and seventh appearance of  Hillary Clinton and U.S. Secretary of State former and potential candidate for the presidential election in 2016., And of the lesser-known names of list, Nigerian Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Catherine Sullivan U.S. former astronaut and current Director of the Department of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
And it increased the number of women on the list this year for the previous record in 2012, a list of 38 women.
The list included such prominent figures as Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Barack Obama and rich brothers Charles and David Koch and former employee of the U.S. National Security Agency, Edward Snowden.
Among the leaders in the Middle East list included Iranian President Hassan Rohani, secretary of defense and former Egyptian Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, a candidate who is expected to win the presidential election next month.
And from the world of sports list included the American basketball player Jason Collins and golfer Lydia Ko, aged 17 years and Richard Sherman team player Seattle Séox American football.
The Indian political Arvind Kejriwal won at the forefront of the most influential personality’s percent, according to a survey of the views of readers TIME winning more than 260 thousand votes.

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