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Qatar, Doha, Qatar National Convention Centre <br />
During the World Innovation Submit for Education 2012 (WISE): portrait of Emine Erdoğan, First Lady of Turkey and wife of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, president of the Turkish Republic.<br />
She plays an active role in the Turkish and international political arena since 2003, when her husband became Prime Minister before being elected president on August 28th, 2014. She comes from Siirt, located in the southeast of Turkey and has four children.<br />
Qatar is one of the Arab peninsular emirates, on the Persian Gulf shoreline. Bordered by Saudi Arabia, Qatar's economy relies on oil and gas. Being the world's fourth-largest gas exporter, gas remains the major driver of Qatar's economy. The emirate is governed by Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani who became at the age of 33 Emir of Qatar on 25 June 25th, 2013 after his father's abdication. He is the youngest emir at the head of an Arab State.<br />
On June 5th, 2017, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Mauritania, the Maldives, and Mauritius broke off diplomatic relations with Qatar, accusing the emirate of supporting several terrorist groups. As its Gulf neighbours enforced the closure of all land, air and sea borders to Qatar, the country is quarantined. <br />

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Qatar, Doha, Centre national des congrès du Qatar. <br />
Durant le World Innovation Submit for Education 2012 (WISE) : portrait de Emine Erdoğan, première dame turque, épouse du président de la République de Turquie Recep Tayyip Erdogan.<br />
Très engagée sur la scène politique turque et internationale depuis la nomination en 2003 de son époux au poste de premier ministre, puis son accession à la présidence le 28 août 2014, elle est originaire de Siirt dans le sud-est de la Turquie et mère de quatre enfants.<br />
Le Qatar est l'un des émirats du Moyen-Orient de la péninsule du golfe persique. Voisin de l'Arabie Saoudite, l'économie qatarie trouve son équilibre grâce à la vente de gaz naturel dont il est