Iran: Nobel prize goes to Iranian lawyer who fights for the rights of Muslim women
The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Shirin Ebadi, an Iranian campaigner for human rights.
Submitted on Sun, 10/12/2003 - 00:00
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