Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Human Rights Advocates in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus: Live Updates

The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded on Friday to the human rights advocate Ales Bialiatski from Belarus, the Russian human rights organization Memorial and the Ukrainian rights organization Center for Civil Liberties, in what was one of the most closely watched announcements in the prize’s recent history as war rages in Europe.

The committee said it had chosen the three laureates because it wanted to honor the champions of “human rights, democracy and peaceful co-existence” in the…

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Nobel Peace Prize awarded to activists from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine