Here is a partial list of world leaders and others who attended King Hussein's funeral on Monday:
Algeria -- President Liamine Zeroual.
Arab League -- Secretary-General Esmat Abdel-Maguid.
Austria -- President Thomas Klestil.
Bahrain -- Emir Sheik Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa; Prime Minister Sheik Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
Bangladesh -- High Commissioner to the United Arab Emirates Osman Sarwar Alam Khan.
Belgium -- King Albert II and Queen Paola.
Bosnia -- Haris Silajdic, co-chairman of Bosnian joint government.
Britain -- Prince Charles; Prime Minister Tony Blair; leader of the opposition Conservative Party William Hague; Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown.
Bulgaria -- Vice-Premier Veselin Metodiev and Deputy Foreign Minister Marin Raikov.
Canada -- Foreign Minister Lloyd Axworthy.
Cyprus -- President Glafcos Clerides.
Denmark -- Prince Henrik; Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen.
Egypt -- President Hosni Mubarak and wife Suzanne; Prime Minister Kamal el-Ganzouri; parliamentary speakers Kamal Helmi and Fathi Sorour; Information Minister Safwat el-Sherif; Presidential Political Adviser Osama el-Baz.
France -- President Jacques Chirac and his wife, Bernadette.
Germany -- Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder.
Greece -- President Costis Stephanopoulos.
India -- Vice President Krishna Kant.
Iraq -- Vice President Taha Marouf, Deputy Foreign Minister Noori Ismail al-Wayis, a former ambassador to Jordan.
Ireland -- President Mary McAleese, Marine Minister Michael Woods.
Israel -- President Ezer Weizman and wife Ruhama; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and wife Sarah; Former Prime Ministers Shimon Peres and Yitzhak Shamir; Leah Rabin, widow of assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin; Foreign Minister Ariel Sharon; opposition Labor party leader Ehud Barak; former defense minister and centrist candidate Yitzhak Mordechai; head of the Mossad secret service, Efraim Halevy; Druse delegation led by legislator Salah Tarif and spiritual leader Sheik Muwafak Tarif; Chief Rabbi Yisrael Lau and a representative of families of seven teen-age girls slain by a deranged Jordanian soldier in 1997. The king personally consoled the families.
Italy -- President Oscar Luigi Scalfaro.
Japan -- Crown Prince Naruhito; Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi.
Kuwait -- Crown Prince and Prime Minister Sheik Saad al-Abdullah al-Sabah.
Lebanon -- Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Michel Murr.
Luxembourg -- Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte; Foreign Minister Jacques Poos.
Malta -- Foreign Minister Guido de Marco.
Morocco -- Crown Prince Sidi Mohammed.
Netherlands -- Queen Beatrix; Prime Minister Wim Kok.
Oman -- Sultan Qaboos.
Pakistan -- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif; Foreign Minister Sartaj Aziz.
Palestinian Authority -- Chairman Yasser Arafat and wife Soha; top negotiator Mahmoud Abbas.
Poland -- Foreign Minister Bronislaw Geremek.
Romania -- President Emil Constantinescu.
Russia -- President Boris Yeltsin and his wife, Naina; Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov.
Saudi Arabia -- Crown Prince Abdullah.
South Africa -- Minister of Home Affairs Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
South Korea -- Prime Minister Kim Jong-pil.
Spain -- King Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia, Prince Felipe and Princesses Elena and Cristina.
Sudan -- President Gen. Omar el-Bashir, leading a 10-man ministerial delegation.
Sweden -- King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia.
Switzerland -- Defense Minister and Deputy President Adolf Ogi.
Syria -- President Hafiz Al Assad.
Tunisia -- Prime Minister Hamet Karoui.
Turkey -- President Suleyman Demirel; Foreign Minister Ismail Cem.
United Arab Emirates -- Defense Minister and Crown Prince of Dubai Sheik Mohammad bin Rashid al-Maktoum heads a delegation of senior officials.
United Nations -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
United States -- President Clinton and wife Hillary Rodham Clinton; former Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and George Bush; National Security Adviser Sandy Berger; Mideast negotiator Dennis Ross; Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska; Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt.; House International Relations Committee Chairman Ben Gilman, R-N.Y.; House Democratic Whip David Bonior, Mich.; Najeeb and Doris Halaby, parents of Queen Noor.
Yemen -- President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Yugoslavia -- Prime Minister Momir Bulatovic.
World Bank -- President James Wolfensohn.