Members of the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet picked up the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo. In 2013, the group swept in to clean up the mess and establish democracy after the Jasmine Revolution failed to produce stability.
The Nobel committee in Oslo, Norway, has awarded this year's peace prize to Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet. The committee honored the quartet's efforts for political dialogue following the Arab Spring.
The bookies' money is on the Greek Islanders, but with a record number of nominations, the field is wide open. DW takes a look at the frontrunners for this year's prestigious award.
The Nobel Peace Prize is not only for the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet. The award is encouragement for all those working for peace and democracy in the Middle East and North Africa, Rainer Sollich writes.
The Tunisian civil society groups have been lauded as a model of successful dialogue and tolerance on the road to democracy. They called for the creation of a Palestinian state as part of a fight against terrorism.
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