Greta Thunberg, WHO, Alexei Navalny among top contenders for 2021 Nobel Peace Prize | The World

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A list of top contenders for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize is out. Climate activist Greta Thunberg and the World Health Organization are among those tipped to win on October 8, reflecting some of the most important issues the world has had to deal with this year. Yvonne Yong reports.

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