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Ban Ki-Moon Meets With Nobel Peace Prize Winner Tawakkul Karman At U.N.

2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakkul Karman from Yemen smiles during a meeting with United Nations Secretary-General Ban ki-moon at U.N. headquarters on October 19, 2011 in New York City. Karman was awarded the prize for her actions during the Yemen uprising and is often called the "mother of Yeme...
Christine Brandt
Christine Brandt • 2 years ago

10/11 --Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Yemeni activist, Tawakkul Karman. She is the first Arab woman to win the Nobel Prize. She founded "Women Jounalist Without Chains" and has played a leading part in the struggle for women's rights and for democracy in Yemen.

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