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CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 05, 2018
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In what may be a sign of the times, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded today to two people who have fought on behalf of victims of rape in countries torn apart by war. Tonight, Jonathan Vigliotti tells their stories. Congolese Dr. Denis Mukwege, a celebrated the news at his hospital. The Nobel Committee calling him the helper who has devoted his life to defending and healing victims of rape. Nadia Murad of Iraq was honored as the fearless witness who risked her life to tell of the abuses perpetra...

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