Nobel Peace Prize Given to Chemical Weapons Watchdog

OPCW is currently trying to eliminate Syria's stockpile of chemical weapons.
0:43 | 10/11/13

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The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize was announced this morning -- year's award goes to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. An international group whose current mission is the destruction of serious chemical weapons stockpile or this year he -- over -- has not been given. This prize. First and foremost. Because the studio. As I said it isn't because of its long -- efforts. To eliminate chemical weapons. That we -- -- of a -- to do reach that goal tended to do away with it. A whole patch of green all the weapons of mass destruction that could we get credit event in history if -- achieve that.

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