In Pictures: Can You Identify These World Leaders?

You have seen them, heard them and even admired them. Lets see if you can now recognise them.

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US President Barack Obama participates in a town hall style meeting with students and faculty at Binghamton University. (Photo: Reuters)

We see them on television, newspapers and even on social media pretty much everyday. But can you recognise who these popular personalities are without looking at their face?

Lets see how well you do.

Hint: His brother recently had a second child with the Duchess of Cambridge.

Britain’s Prince Harry wears a lab coat personalised with HRH as he opens the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London. (Photo: Reuters)
Britain’s Prince Harry wears a lab coat personalised with HRH as he opens the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London. (Photo: Reuters)

Hint: This suit cost Rs 10 lakh.

A close-up view of Prime Minister Narenda Modi’s dark pinstripe suit, repeatedly embroidered with the words “Narendra Damodardas Modi”. (Photo: Reuters)
A close-up view of Prime Minister Narenda Modi’s dark pinstripe suit, repeatedly embroidered with the words “Narendra Damodardas Modi”. (Photo: Reuters)

Hint: He Is the first Socialist French President since Francois Mitterrand left office in 1995.

French President Francois Hollande attends a news conference with a guest in the courtyard of the Elysee Palace in Paris. (Photo: Reuters)
French President Francois Hollande attends a news conference with a guest in the courtyard of the Elysee Palace in Paris. (Photo: Reuters)

Hint: A German politician and a former research scientist.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel gestures during the 36th German Cities Council in Stuttgart. (Photo: Reuters)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel gestures during the 36th German Cities Council in Stuttgart. (Photo: Reuters)

Hint: She was under house arrest for almost 15 years becoming one of the world’s most prominent political prisoners.

Myanmar’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, wearing her trademark flowers in her hair, arrives for a session of parliament in Naypyidaw. (Photo: Reuters)
Myanmar’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, wearing her trademark flowers in her hair, arrives for a session of parliament in Naypyidaw. (Photo: Reuters)

Hint: US Secret Service refers to her as Flotus.

US first lady Michelle Obama obliges cheering students by showing off the hand signal the students in the quadrangle dormitory use to identify themselves
US first lady Michelle Obama obliges cheering students by showing off the hand signal the students in the quadrangle dormitory use to identify themselves

Hint: During the 1959 Tibetan uprising, he fled to India, where he currently lives as a refugee.

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama (R), holds hands with Richard Moore, Director of the Children in Crossfire charity, during his visit to Londonderry. (Photo: Reuters)
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama (R), holds hands with Richard Moore, Director of the Children in Crossfire charity, during his visit to Londonderry. (Photo: Reuters)

Hint: He is a descendant of King William IV and also recently re-elected as the British PM.

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech to party activists Warrington Town Football Club in northern England. (Photo: Reuters)
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech to party activists Warrington Town Football Club in northern England. (Photo: Reuters)

Hint: US politician who grew up overseas, having lived in Berlin before going to a Swiss boarding school at age 11.

US Secretary of State John Kerry looks at journalist as he sits at the garden of the hotel where the Iran nuclear talks meetings are being held in Vienna. (Photo: Reuters)
US Secretary of State John Kerry looks at journalist as he sits at the garden of the hotel where the Iran nuclear talks meetings are being held in Vienna. (Photo: Reuters)

Hint: She is the first known carrier of hemophilia, an affliction that would become known as the “Royal disease.”

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth arrives for the State Opening of Parliament, at the Palace of Westminster in London. (Photo: Reuters)
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth arrives for the State Opening of Parliament, at the Palace of Westminster in London. (Photo: Reuters)

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