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ON THE LINE: Nobel Peace Prizei
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October 17, 2014 3:00 AM
The Nobel Peace Prize! One winner has spent decades fighting for children's rights. The other, a young woman nearly killed for standing up for girl's education. Who are these co-winners and where do they take their work from here. Find out next, ON THE LINE.

ON THE LINE: Nobel Peace Prize

Published October 16, 2014

The Nobel Peace Prize! One winner has spent decades fighting for children's rights. The other, a young woman nearly killed for standing up for girl's education. Who are these co-winners and where do they take their work from here. Find out next, ON THE LINE.

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