The Nobel Peace Prize, Wars and Weapons

On the day Dr. Muhammad Yunus accepted the Nobel
Peace Prize, 50,000 people in Central African Republic fled their homes as
foreign fighters rampaged in the country and the New York Times reported that
all manner of weapons can be bought in markets in Iraq.

On the day Dr. Muhammad Yunus accepted the Nobel Peace Prize, 50,000 people in Central African Republic fled foreign fighters threatening the government. And in Iraq black market weapons flood the marketplace.

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