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Noun1.Colin Powell - United States general who was the first African American to serve as chief of staff; later served as Secretary of State under President George W. Bush (born 1937)
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One of America's leading foundations which provide excellent fellowship programmes and prepare young leaderships around the globe, the Eisenhower Foundation (EF)'s board of trustees is chaired by former secretary of state General Collin Powell.
Miller's reports represented a great deal of danger, as they became cited frequently and to a large degree of confidence by television networks and senior officials including Condoleezza Rice, Collin Powell and Donald Rumsfeld.
Secretary of State Collin Powell said that they "peed their pants" after the Saudi threat to separate Saudi policy from that of the United States.
And even Collin Powell [the former US Secretary of State] had gone to the United Nations and was showing her pictures of chemical weapons laboratories and then he apologised.
In a Press conference on October 3, 2001, Mr Collin Powell also tried to persuade the Amir of Qatar to shut down Al Jazeera.
As what Collin Powell did when he crushed under the bombardments of questions of the public opinion about the nonexistence of mass destruction weapons in Iraq," Noroozpour asked.
Secretary of state Hillary Clinton will visit Sudan on Saturday accompanied by former Secretary of state Collin Powell and special envoy to Sudan John Danforth.
Even worse, the allegation made by Collin Powell, who insulted himself by declaring from the United Nations that there had been communications between senior Iraqi officers confirming the presence of weapons of mass-destruction in Iraq, was proved wrong and inauthentic.
Lebanese actress Jasmine Al Masri was among the first attendees to step on the red carpet, followed by Terry and Maggie Gilliam, Oliver Stone, American actor Jeffrey Wright - who portrays Collin Powell in W - and his British wife - actress Carmen Ejogo - and legendary singer and activist Harry Belafonte.
After one year of discussion, Shultz and his group contributed another article on the same subject to the Wall Street Journal last month and disclosed that Madeline Albright, James Baker, Zbigniew Brzezinski, William Christopher, Robert McNamara and Collin Powell indicated general support.