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A Russian journalist has auctioned off his Nobel Prize for helping children in Ukraine

A Russian journalist has auctioned off his Nobel Prize for helping children in Ukraine

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The war between Russia and Ukraine is still going on. Large numbers of people have been displaced during the devastating floods in Ukraine. The war in Ukraine has had a profound effect on children. Meanwhile, a Russian journalist has auctioned off his Nobel Prize to help children in Ukraine. Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov auctioned his Nobel Peace Prize on Monday night. Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov will pay for the Nobel Prize auction to help children displaced by the war in Ukraine. They will transfer the money directly to UNICEF to help the children.

Dmitry Muratov, editor-in-chief of the independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta, on Monday auctioned the ेल 103.5 million Nobel Peace Prize gold medal for helping children displaced by the war in Ukraine. “I care about the children who were orphaned during the war in Ukraine,” Muratov said in an interview. “We want to return his future,” he said.

 

When did Dmitry Muratov win the Nobel Prize?
Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov, along with Philippine journalist Maria Rasa, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021. He was honored with this award for his efforts to protect freedom of expression. He is one of the few who founded the Novaya Gazette in 1993 after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Meanwhile, it is the only major newspaper to criticize President Vladimir Putin and his policies in the country since he was banned from working in Russia.

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