Million People

Some articles on million people, million, people:

Luciano Huck
... Twenty million people watch the show every week ... Huck was the first Brazilian to have one million followers on Twitter, in only four months ... Nowadays, 4.5 million people follow his tweets (@lucianohuck), and circa 5 million people have liked his Facebook page ...
Socio-economic Issues In India - Economic Issues - Poverty
... below the poverty line and India is home to one-third of the world's poor people ... According to the new World Bank's estimates on poverty based on 2005 data, India has 456 million people, 41.6% of its population, living below the new international poverty line of $1.25 (PPP) per day ... Moreover, India also has 828 million people, or 75.6% of the population living below $2 a day, compared to 72.2% for Sub-Saharan Africa ...
Caminhos Do Coração - Audience
... On that day, it was watched by around 1,2 million households (approximately 5 million people) in the city ... by Rede Globo during the same timeslot was watched by 1,1 million households (around 4,4 million people) ... In its peak, the telenovela was watched by 1,5 million households (near 6 million people) ...
Slavery In Africa - Effects - Demographics - Size of Slavery
... trade has been best studied, estimates range from 8 million people to 20 million ... Database estimates that the Atlantic slave trade took around 12.8 million people between 1450 and 1900 ... Sea from the Sahara, the Horn of Africa, and East Africa, has been estimated at 6.2 million people between 600 and 1600 ...
South African Municipal Election, 2011 - Election Results - Turnout
23.65 million people were registered to vote (with more than five million people eligible to vote not being registered), while the actual turnout of voters was 13.66 million people representing a ...

Famous quotes containing the words people and/or million:

    Does it really matter what these affectionate people do—so long as they don’t do it in the streets and frighten the horses!
    Patrick, Mrs. Campbell (1865–1940)

    When will the world learn that a million men are of no importance compared with one man?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)