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Human rights campaigners of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine win Nobel Peace Prize

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By Nora Buli and Gwladys Fouche

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Nobel for fighting Ukraine corruption

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Peace is precious. Hearty congratulations to Nobel winners Ales Byalyatski, Russian organization Memorial and Ukrainian group Center for Civil Liberties.

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Nobel for fighting Ukraine corruption

Is that Memorial?

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Nobel for fighting Ukraine corruption

For context, Byalyatski (Belarus) is in jail, Memorial (Russia) has been shut down, while Matviichuk in Ukraine.... is free to do her work .

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Have anybody in Japan,won the peace prize,the Nobel have been burnt by giving it to leaders

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The recognition of Memorial is long-overdue while Putin, as is his due, has forfeited any memorial in future. Byalyatski's memory will be honored while Lukashenko's name will be a curse. And we may still hope corruption in Ukraine can be contained as the country finds its feet again.

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Hardly the “imperialist warmongers” that some were predicting.

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Nemo, Zelensky was kind of mentioning,for the right group in Ukraine winning for fighting corruption in Ukraine

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Must be disappointing for all the right wing posters who were certain Zelensky would win it. What will they complain about now?

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What will they complain about now?

Literally anything.

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Fosse,their is a correlation, between corruption and right abuse,it foster a culture of lawlessness,chaos and distrust,Russia and Ukraine both rank the highest in Europe

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Congratulations to the three of them. The civilized world appreciates your sacrifice and work!

It’s ironic that Narcissus J. Trumpnocchio, the former Insurrectionist-in-Chief, lobbied for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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Good thing he's already jailed; saves the authorities the trouble of catching him. That's what happens to Nobel Peace Prize winners in authoritarian countries, no matter which.

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What will they complain about now?

They have nothing else; they just complain, while continuing to continue to support the most corrupt US politician (what was he going to do with those documents) in modern history, maybe ever, and support a corrupt Russian despot threatening to use his nukes.

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pathetic.what did they do for a peace that extraordinary?nothing mentioned at all.since Nobel price for Mr.Obomba all of this is a silly joke no one pays attention...

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Good choice!

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Bob FosseOct. 7  09:39 pm JST

Must be disappointing for all the right wing posters who were certain Zelensky would win it. What will they complain about now?

Right wing posters would be disappointed because Zelensky didn't win it, and you ask what they would complain about now? Didn't you answer your own question?

Think about it.

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