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    Laurent Fabius, former French Minister of Foreign Affairs is listed among the nominees for 2016 Nobel Peace Prize.

    War And Peace

    While Fabius received the nomination for his role as the head of COP21 Paris climate accord, some remember him not as a peace-maker, but as a politician who praised the terrorist group al-Nusra, outlawed in Russia, for its "useful work" and declared that Bashar Assad "does not deserve to live on this planet."

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