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THE NEW YORK TIMES
November 19, 2010
BEIJING — During the depths of the Cold War, when Soviet physicist and human rights advocate Andrei D. Sakharov was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, the Kremlin barred him from leaving the country. But the authorities allowed his wife to collect the award in his stead.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
November 19, 2010
BEIJING — During the depths of the Cold War, when Soviet physicist and human rights advocate Andrei D. Sakharov was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, the Kremlin barred him from leaving the country. But the authorities allowed his wife to collect the award in his stead.
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