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Continued: Arab Spring players inspire at Nobel peace forum

  • Article by: JOHN RASH
  • Last update: March 9, 2013 - 10:22 AM

Then, true to the activism that made her a Nobel laureate, she added that, “We need to feel those obstacles and stand against them. And I’m sure that people are not discouraged, and the proof is those people in the street protesting the government. The street is a trust measure.”


John Rash is a Star Tribune editorial writer and columnist.

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