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The 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Laureates: IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei, and the IAEA represented by Ambassador Yukiya Amano, Chairman of the IAEA Board of Governors, showing their Nobel Medals and Diplomas.
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For the past decade, the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony has been followed by the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, which is broadcast to more than 150 countries and more than 300 million households around the world. The 2005 concert featured performances by artists from around the world, including Duran Duran, Gladys Knight, Sugababes, Katie Melua, Yo-Yo Ma, Katherine Jenkins, Damien Rice and Westlife.
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Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mohamed ElBaradei is congratulated by hosts Julianne Moore, left and Salma Hayek at the annual Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo on 11 December. The concert was held in honor of Mr. ElBaradei, who shared the award with the International Atomic Energy Agency for their efforts to control the spread of nuclear weapons.
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The 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Mohamed ElBaradei (third from left) and Yukiya Amano, representing the IAEA (fifth from left), applaud during the annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert at Oslo Spectrum.