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Bradley Manning should win the Nobel Peace Prize
Posted: Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Bradley Manning should win the Nobel Peace Prize
As a peace prize winner myself, I am nominating Manning for this honor for his work to help end the Iraq War and other conflicts

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Facing Growing Calls for Ouster, Clapper Backtracks

Barack Obama seeks to limit EU fallout over US spying claims
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