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First female US Secretary of State dies

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Madeleine Albright, the first female US Secretary of State, has died at the age of 84. In 1996, Albright became Secretary of State for four years under President Bill Clinton.

She is an immigrant American. She was born in the Czech Republic.

An assertion from her family affirmed that Madeleine Albright had died of cancer.

"She was surrounded by family and friends," the statement said. We lost a caring mother, a grandmother, a sister, an aunt, an aunt, an uncle, and a friend today.

Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and United Kingdom Secretary of State Liz Truss also grieved the demise of Madeleine Albright.

Madeleine Albright was born in 1938 in Prague, then Czechoslovakia, then the capital of the Czech Republic.

Her father was a Czechoslovak diplomat. Her father fled to the United States for political asylum in 1939 after Nazi Germany invaded Czechoslovakia.

Madeleine Albright moved to the US in 1948. Received US citizenship in 1956.

Albright served in the White House under former US President Jimmy Carter.

He has since served as a foreign policy adviser to several US presidential and vice-presidential candidates.

Bill Clinton became president in 1993. He appointed Albright as US ambassador to the United Nations. This is Albright's first term as a diplomat.

In 1996, Bill Clinton was re-elected President.

He made Albright Secretary of State.

The United States has the first female Secretary of State in history.
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