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Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov sells Nobel Peace Prize for Ukrainian children

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FILE IMAGE - Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dmitry Muratov of Russia poses with the Nobel Peace Prize diploma and medal during the gala award ceremony for the Nobel Peace prize on Dec.

10, 2021, in Oslo. (Photo by ODD ANDERSEN/AFP via Getty Images) What's the price of peace? That question could be partially answered Monday night when Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov auctions off his Nobel Peace Prize medal.

The proceeds will go directly to UNICEF in its efforts to help children displaced by the war in Ukraine.Muratov, awarded the gold medal in October 2021, helped found the independent Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta and was the publication's editor-in-chief when it shut down in March amid the Kremlin's clampdown on journalists and public dissent in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.It was Muratov’s idea to auction off his prize, having already announced he was donating the accompanying $500,000 cash award to charity.

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