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Nobel Laureate: 'I've Been Wrong So Often, I Don't Find It Extraordinary At All'
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Clinton Hopes To Soon Welcome Chinese Activist Chen To The U.S.
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Chen Guangcheng, left, with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke on Tuesday at the U.S. embassy in Beijing. State Department hide caption

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Louisa Lim, reporting on 'Morning Edition'
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Chen speaks with NPR
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Chinese activist activist Chen Guangcheng earlier today at the a hospital in Beijing. He reportedly injured himself during his escape from house arrest last month. Jordan Pouille /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Renee Montagne speaks to the Dalai Lama
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