Nobel Peace Prize goes to chemical-weapons watchdog; Some Syrians say it won't stop bloodshed

  • Article by: BASSEM MROUE , Associated Press
  • Updated: October 11, 2013 - 2:50 PM

BEIRUT — The watchdog agency working to eliminate the world's chemical weapons won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in a powerful endorsement of the inspectors now on the ground in Syria on a perilous mission to destroy the regime's stockpile of poison gas.

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erikj3Oct. 11, 13 4:32 AM

Who?

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fromupnortOct. 11, 13 7:54 AM

Do people actually believe this stuff.

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queenslabyOct. 11, 1312:59 PM

this "award" used to have some merit. They proved otherwise when they gave Obama the award on the pretense that he "may" do something, which he still hasn't accomplished peace with other countries with his "diplomacy". And with this new recipient.... we don't know if it will be a success either.

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dewarfOct. 14, 1310:07 AM

After Obama, this award shall forever be known as the Nobel Predictive Prize. Let's HOPE this one is successful, for a CHANGE, as the first has been a disaster.

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