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Human rights advocates in Belarus, human rights organizations of Russia and Ukraine get Nobel Peace Prize

Human rights advocates in Belarus, human rights organizations of Russia and Ukraine get Nobel Peace Prize
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Stockholm: The Nobel Peace Prize was announced on Friday. The honor has been jointly given to Belarusian human rights advocate Ales Bialiatski, as well as human rights organizations from Russia and Ukraine. Earlier on Thursday, the French writer was awarded the Nobel in the field of literature. This award was first introduced in 1901.

Human rights advocates are jailed in Belarus

The winners of the Peace Prize were announced in Oslo. Norway’s Nobel Committee chairman Berit Reiss-Andersen announced the award. He also appealed to Belarus for the release of jailed Byalyatski. However, it is being seen against Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is celebrating his 70th birthday today. In view of this, Anderson said, ‘Always this award is given to someone for something and not against anyone.’ In July last year, Belarus’s security police raided the homes of human rights activists and advocates. The committee that gave the award said, ‘He has done remarkable work in respect of war crimes, human rights exploitation etc.’

The winners of the Peace Prize were announced in Oslo. Norway’s Nobel Committee chairman Berit Reiss-Andersen announced the award. The announcement of the Nobel Prize has begun on Monday, 3 October. The first has been given to Vante Pabo, the scientist who discovered the secrets of Neanderthal DNA in the medical world. After this, three scientists were jointly awarded in Physics on Tuesday. He showed that even though small molecules are separated, there is a connection between them.

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