EU will win 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, broadcaster NRK says

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October 12, 2012 11:15

 
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OSLO - The European Union will win the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, to be announced at 0900 GMT on Friday, Norwegian public broadcaster NRK said.

The decision by the five-member panel, led by Council of Europe Secretary-General Thorbjoern Jagland, was unanimous, NRK said based on several "trusted" sources.

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