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  • Jehane Ragai

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  • Jehane Noujaim

    Jehane Noujaim

    Jehane Noujaim (Egyptian Arabic: چيهان نچيم‎, IPA: [ʒeˈhæːn nʊˈʒeːm ]) (born May 17, 1974) is an American documentary film director best known for her films Control Room , Startup.com , Pangea Day and The Square, the latter of which earned her a nomination for an Academy Award. In 2019, she co-directed The Great Hack with Karim Amer.

  • Mehane

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  • Lehane

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  • Con Lehane (Irish republican)

    Con Lehane (Irish republican)

    Con Lehane (7 May 1912 – 18 September 1983) was a left-wing nationalist, a 1930s member of the IRA Army Council, solicitor and politician.

  • Chris Lehane

    Chris Lehane

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  • Johane Nizeyimana

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