Nobel Prize season arrives amid Russia-Ukraine war, nuclear fears, hunger

Members of the European Parliament have called for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the people of Ukraine to be recognised this year by the Nobel Peace Prize committee

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This year's Nobel Prize season approaches as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has shattered decades of almost uninterrupted peace in Europe and raised the risks of a nuclear disaster.
 
It's anyone's guess who might win the awards being announced starting Monday.
 
Yet there's no lack of urgent causes deserving the attention that comes with winning the world's most prestigious prize: Wars in Ukraine and Ethiopia, disruptions to supplies of energy and food, rising inequality, the climate crisis, the ongoing fallout from the Covid pandemic.
 
The science prizes reward complex achievements beyond the understanding of most.
 
But the recipients of the prizes

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First Published: Sep 30 2022 | 10:58 PM IST

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