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Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi starts her political tour which embraced by many people. Supporters of the Nobel Prize Awardee cheered on Sunday shouting “ Long Live Daw Aung San Suu Kyi!” along the roads.
= Johannesburg, January 27, 2011 Ex-South African President Nelson Mandela was admitted to a hospital in Johannesburg yesterday. The whole nation is in a state of frenzy
Chinese official said honouring jailed dissident Liu Xiaobo with the Nobel Peace Prize had been "ludicrous", as Australia reiterated its calls for the laureate's release. The comment from Vice Foreign Minister Cui Tiankai came as Australia's deputy
Nobel Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, who won the award for his poetry while he was imprisoned, is coming out in the U.S. early 2012. According to the Graywolf Press, Nobel Prize winner Liu Xiaobo’s work called "June Fourth
Labour Leader Phil Goff says anyone who wins the prize deserves praise and Mr Liu definitely comes in that category because he's consistently stood up for human rights and democracy. He says China's made progress in that area but he'd like to see