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FACTS: Full list of Nobel Peace Prize recipients

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FACTS: Full list of Nobel Peace Prize recipients
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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was on Friday named the recipient of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize. 

Here is the full list of Nobel Peace Prize laureates from 1901, when the prize was first awarded:  
 
   2016: Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia)
   2015: The National Dialogue Quartet (Tunisia)
   2014: Kailash Satyarthi (India) and Malala Yousafzai (Pakistan)
   2013: The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
   2012: The European Union (EU)
   2011: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Leymah Gbowee (Liberia), Tawakkul Karman
(Yemen)
   2010: Liu Xiaobo (China)
   2009: Barack Obama (US)
   2008: Martti Ahtisaari (Finland)
   2007: Al Gore (US) and the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
   2006: Muhammad Yunus (Bangladesh) and the Grameen Bank
   2005: International Atomic Energy Agency and Mohamed ElBaradei (Egypt)
   2004: Wangari Maathai (Kenya)
   2003: Shirin Ebadi (Iran)
   2002: Jimmy Carter (US)
   2001: Kofi Annan (Ghana) and the United Nations
   2000: Kim Dae Jung (South Korea)
   1999: Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders)
   1998: John Hume and David Trimble (Northern Ireland)
   1997: Jody Williams (US) and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines
   1996: Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo and Jose Ramos-Horta (East Timor)
   1995: Joseph Rotblat (Britain) and the Pugwash movement
   1994: Yitzhak Rabin, Shimon Peres (Israel) and Yasser Arafat (PLO)
   1993: Nelson Mandela and Frederik de Klerk (South Africa)
   1992: Rigoberta Menchu (Guatemala)
   1991: Aung San Suu Kyi (Burma)
   1990: Mikhail Gorbachev (Soviet Union)
   1989: Dalai Lama (Tibet)
   1988: United Nations Peacekeeping Forces
   1987: Oscar Arias Sanchez (Costa Rica)
   1986: Elie Wiesel (US)
   1985: International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
   1984: Desmond Tutu (South Africa)
   1983: Lech Walesa (Poland)
   1982: Alva Myrdal (Sweden) and Alfonso Garcia Robles (Mexico)
   1981: Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
   1980: Adolfo Perez Esquivel (Argentina)
   1979: Mother Teresa (Albania)
   1978: Anwar Sadat (Egypt) and Menachem Begin (Israel)
   1977: Amnesty International
   1976: Betty Williams (Britain) and Mairead Corrigan (Northern Ireland)
   1975: Andrei Sakharov (Soviet Union)
   1974: Sean MacBride (Ireland) and Eisaku Sato (Japan)
   1973: Henry Kissinger (US) and Le Duc Tho (Vietnam, declined)
   1972: prize not handed out
   1971: Willy Brandt (Germany)
   1970: Norman Borlaug (US)
   1969: International Labour Organisation
   1968: Rene Cassin (France)
   1967: prize not handed out
   1966: prize not handed out
   1965: United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
   1964: Martin Luther King Jr (US)
   1963: International Committee of the Red Cross and the League of Red Cross
Societies
   1962: Linus Carl Pauling (US)
   1961: Dag Hammarskjoeld (Sweden)
   1960: Albert Lutuli (South Africa)
   1959: Philip Noel-Baker (Britain)
   1958: Georges Pire (Belgium)
   1957: Lester Pearson (Canada)
   1956: prize not handed out
   1955: prize not handed out
   1954: Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
   1953: George Marshall (US)
   1952: Albert Schweitzer (France)
   1951: Leon Jouhaux (France)
   1950: Ralph Bunche (US)
   1949: Lord (John) Boyd Orr of Brechin (Britain)
   1948: prize not handed out
   1947: Friends Service Council (The Quakers), American Friends Service
Committee (The Quakers)
   1946: Emily Greene Balch (US), John Raleigh Mott (US)
   1945: Cordell Hull (US)
   1944: International Committee of the Red Cross
   1943: prize not handed out
   1942: prize not handed out
   1941: prize not handed out
   1940: prize not handed out
   1939: prize not handed out
   1938: Nansen International Office for Refugees
   1937: Viscount Cecil of Chelwood (Britain)
   1936: Carlos Saavedra Lamas (Argentina)
   1935: Carl von Ossietzky (Germany)
   1934: Arthur Henderson (Britain)
   1933: Sir Norman Angell (Ralph Lane) (Britain)
   1932: prize not handed out
   1931: Jane Addams (US) and Nicholas Murray Butler (US)
   1930: Nathan Soederblom (Sweden)
   1929: Frank Billings Kellogg (US)
   1928: prize not handed out
   1927: Ferdinand Buisson (France) and Ludwig Quidde (Germany)
   1926: Aristide Briand (France) and Gustav Stresemann (Germany)
   1925: Sir Austen Chamberlain (Britain) and Charles Gates Dawes (US)
   1924: prize not handed out
   1923: prize not handed out
   1922: Fridtjof Nansen (Norway)
   1921: Karl Hjalmar Branting (Sweden) and Christian Lous Lange (Norway)
   1920: Leon Victor Auguste Bourgeois (France)
   1919: Thomas Woodrow Wilson (US)
   1918: prize not handed out
   1917: International Committee of the Red Cross
   1916: prize not handed out
   1915: prize not handed out
   1914: prize not handed out
   1913: Henri La Fontaine (Belgium)
   1912: Elihu Root (US)
   1911: Tobias Michael Carel Asser (The Netherlands) and Alfred Hermann Fried
(Austria)
   1910: Permanent International Peace Bureau
   1909: Auguste Marie Francois Beernaert (Belgium) and Paul Henri Benjamin
Balluet, Baron d'Estournelles de Constant de Rebecque (France)
   1908: Klas Pontus Arnoldson (Sweden) and Fredrik Bajer (Denmark)
   1907: Ernesto Teodoro Moneta (Italy) and Louis Renault (France)
   1906: Theodore Roosevelt (US)
   1905: Baroness Bertha Sophie Felicita von Suttner (Austria)
   1904: Institute of International Law
   1903: William Randal Cremer (Britain)
   1902: Elie Ducommun (Switzerland) and Charles Albert Gobat (Switzerland)
   1901: Jean Henri Dunant (Switzerland) and Frederic Passy (France)
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