The 2005 Nobel Prizes The Nobels culminated Friday with Mohamed ElBaradei and the International Atomic Energy Agency sharing the 2005 Peace Prize. ElBaradei said the honor sends a "very strong message" for the agency to continue its work to prevent the spread of nuclear proliferation. A look at the 2005 winners:
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The 2005 Nobel Prizes

The literature prize goes to Harold Pinter, who made an art form out of unbearable silence.

Playwright Pinter Wins Nobel for Literature

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American, Israeli Win Nobel Economics Prize

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U.N. Nuclear Watchdog Wins Nobel Peace Prize

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French, U.S. Scientists Share Chemistry Nobel

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