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Mirren To Co-Host Nobel Peace Prize Concert

12:01 PM Saturday 11/19/11 |   |

Organizers say British actress Helen Mirren will co-host this year’s Nobel Peace Prize concert, featuring performances by Benin’s Angelique Kidjo and other world artists.

The Dec. 11 concert is held a day after the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, which this year honors President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and women’s right activist Leymah Gbowee – both of Liberia – and democracy activist Tawakkul Karman of Yemen.

  • Nobel Honoree

    Liberian Ellen Johnson Sirleaf arrives at a meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Monrovia.
    November 10, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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The lineup of artists include Ahmed Fathi of Yemen and Liberian-born singer Miatta Fahnbulleh, as well as David Gray, Jill Scott, country duo Sugarland and World Youth Choir. Organizers said Friday that Mirren’s co-host will be announced later.

The 2011 Nobel Peace Prize highlighted women’s rights and women’s efforts in building peace.


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