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Nobel Prize / Peace Prize #949891

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 09, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The surprising winning of the Nobel Prize by President Obama reported.

(Washington: David Wright) The candidates for the Nobel Prize & the reaction to Obama's win reviewed; photos shown to two leading options. [OBAMA - says he does not feel deserving; states the prize can give momentum to causes.] [Norwegian Nobel Inst. Geir LUNDESTAD†- says Obama has created a significant change in the international climate.] [April 5, June 4, September 23, OBAMA - speaks out.] [Peace Action Paul Kawika MARTIN†- questions the choice.] A statement from RNC chairman Michael Steel quoted. [On CNN, Senator John McCAIN - expresses pride in our president.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Statements from Peace Prize winners South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu & former Polish President Lech Walesa quoted.

(London: Jim Sciutto) The world reaction to Obama winning the Peace Prize reviewed; details given from Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Middle East, Iran, Russia, Kenya. [ISRAELI, PALESTINIAN; IRANIAN, RUSSIAN {thru reporter's translation}, KENYAN - react.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The three prior US presidents winning the Nobel Prize listed.

(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The impact of Obama's win on the international & home scenes & how the prize was awarded to Obama for getting elected discussed.

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The guests on Sunday's "This Week" named.

Gibson, Charles;
Wright, David;
Sciutto, Jim;
Stephanopoulos, George

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