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German Chancellor Angela Merkel is a favorite to win the Nobel Peace Prize. But if history is any lesson, this is no guarantee.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has emerged among the contenders to win this year's Nobel Peace Prize. Also in the frame are Pope Francis, a Russian newspaper and the parties involved in this year's Iran nuclear deal.
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