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Iranian Activist Wins Nobel Peace Prize
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Iranian Activist Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Iranian Activist Wins Nobel Peace Prize
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Iranian lawyer Shirin Ebadi wins the Nobel Peace Prize for her work defending human rights.

Iranian lawyer Shirin Ebadi wins the Nobel Peace Prize for her work defending human rights. Her recognition by the Nobel committee is aimed at inspiring democratic reform across the Muslim world. Reuters Limited hide caption

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Iranian human rights activist Shirin Ebadi is this year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Ebadi is honored for her work on behalf of democracy and human rights, and her special focus on the problems facing women and children in Iran. Hear Dan De Luce of World Radio News.

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