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Nobel Peace Prize, Russia’s nuclear threat, Iran protests, and UK’s Liz Truss

By France24
11 October 2022   |   11:58 am
Human rights watchdogs from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus were on Friday announced the winners of the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize, with the jury criticising Russian President Vladimir Putin's "authoritarian" regime as he wages war in Ukraine.

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