The nobel peace prize winners over the past ten years
Aung San Suu Kyi, a Buddhist nonviolent pro-democracy activist (1991 laureate).
Jimmy Carter) (2002
Tenzin Gyatso (1989)
Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat (1994 laureates).
Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama
is the 14th Dalai Lama. He is the head of the Tibetan government-in-exile based in Dharamshala, India. Tibetans traditionally believe him to be the reincarnation of his predecessors.
The Dalai Lama is a spiritual leader revered among Tibetans. The most influential figure of the Gelugpa or Yellow Hat Sect, he has considerable influence over the other sects of Tibetan Buddhism.  The Chinese government, whose occupation of Tibet in 1959 forced him into exile, regards him as the symbol of an outmoded theocratic system.
Tenzin Gyatso was born fifth of 16 children to a farming family in the village of Taktser. Qinghai province, China His first language was the regional Amdo dialect. 
He was proclaimed the tulku or rebirth of the thirteenth Dalai Lama at the age of two. At the age of fifteen, on 17 November 1950, one month after the Chinese army's invasion of Tibet,[neutrality disputed] he was formally enthroned as Dalai Lama. He thus became the country's most important spiritual leader and political ruler.
In 1959 the Dalai Lama fled through the mountains to India following a failed uprising and the effective collapse of the Tibetan resistance movement. He had at first, in 1951, ratified under military pressure a Seventeen Point Agreement to coexist alongside China. In India he set up a Tibetan government-in-exile. Among the 80,000 or so exiles that followed him Tenzin Gyatso strives to preserve traditional Tibetan education and culture. 
A noted public speaker worldwide,Tenzin Gyatso is often described as charismatic.  He is the first Dalai Lama to travel to the West, where he seeks to spread Buddhist teachings and to promote ethics and interfaith harmony. He was awarded honorary Canadian citizenship in 2006, and the United States Congressional Gold Medal on 17 October 2007. He was awarded the nobel peace prize in 1989
Yasser Arafat (ياسر عرفات), born on 24 August 1929 in the city of Cairo and died on 11 November 2004 in Clamart in France, whose real name was Mohammed Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini (محمد عبد الرؤوف القدوة الحسيني) and also known under its kounya Abu Ammar (ابو عمار), was an activist and prominent Palestinian state.
Fatah leader and also the Organization for the Liberation of Palestine, long considered a terrorist by Israel in particular because of its involvement in many operations that have killed civilians and Israeli soldiers, Yasser Arafat remained for several decades a controversial figure of speech by the violence of Palestinian national aspirations to appear for Israel as a partner in discussions in the process of Israeli-Palestinian peace in the 1990s.
Yasser Arafat represents the Palestinian people in various peace negotiations and sign the Oslo accords in 1993. He became the first president of the new Palestinian Authority and received the nobel peace prize in 1994 along with Shimon Peres and Yitzhak Rabin.
Beginning in 2001, after the failure of the Taba summit and the outbreak of the Second Intifada, it gradually loses its credit with a portion of his people he accuses of corruption authority. He finds himself isolated on the international scene while the Israelis elect Ariel Sharon as Prime Minister of the State of Israel, prompting a tightening of the Israeli position vis-à-vis the Palestinian leader no longer forced to leave Ramallah. This isolation is broken on the eve of his death, when he was rushed to Clamart near Paris where he died in 2004.
The nobel peace prize potential candidates from Algeria
A group of Algerians living abroad representing the Algerian Committee in Europe presented on Thursday the Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika as a candidate for the 2008 nobel peace Prize. Committee members named the Algerian President for a number of reasons among them putting an end to the Ethiopia-Eritrea bloody conflict and using his diplomatic skills in putting an end to a long war between Iraq and Iran. His most important contribution, the Committee said, was bringing peace and reconciliation to the people of Algeria and through awarding him the 2008 nobel peace prize the nobel Committee would be supporting and strengthening the peace process in Algeria.The Committee represented its campaign at the Swiss Press Club in Geneva and was represented by a number of Algerians abroad, among them Dr. Abdellatif Bettayeb living in the United Kingdom, Gamal Benmabrouk from Switzerland, Tarek Chirouf from Geneva, Nacer Sefta from Hungary and an Algerian journalist from Algiers, Mohamed Kerrouche.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika (IPA: [abdəlazɪz butəflika]) (Arabic: عبد العزيز بوتفليقة) (born March 2, 1937 in Oujda, Morocco) has been the President of Algeria since 1999.
His father, Ahmed Bouteflika, was born in Tlemcen. Ahmed Bouteflika was married to two women: Belkaïd Rabia and Ghezlaoui Mansouriah (the mother of the current President).
Abdelaziz Bouteflika was born on March 2, 1937 in Oujda, Morocco, he was the first child of his mother and the second child of his father (Fatima, his half-sister, preceded him). Bouteflika has three half-sisters (Fatima, Yamina, and Aïcha), as well as four brothers (Abdelghani, Mustapha, Abderahim and Saïd) and one sister (Latifa). Saïd serves as Abdelaziz Bouteflika's personal physician, and is said by some to be an important figure in Bouteflika's inner circle of advisers.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika has been married since August 1990 and has no children. His wife, Amal Triki, is a daughter of Yahia Triki, an ex-diplomat.
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The nobel peace prize winners over the past ten years over past peace prize winners
The nobel peace prize winners over the past ten years