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1. Index Of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PEACE PRIZE LAUREATES. Name, Year Awarded.Addams, Jane, 1931. Begin, Menachem, 1978. belo, carlos felipe ximenes, 1996.
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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF NOBEL PEACE PRIZE LAUREATES
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2. Statement By H.E. Mons. Carlos F. Ximenes Belo
Statement given by HE Mons. carlos felipe ximenes belo at his meetingwith the press at the nobel Institute in Oslo on 9 December 1996.
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Dette er den uttalelse som biskop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo ga under sin pressekonferanse på Nobelinstituttet i Oslo mandag den 9. desember 1996. This is the full text of the Statement given by H.E. Mons. Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo at his meeting with the press at the Nobel Institute in Oslo on 9 December 1996. I am very grateful to the Nobel Peace Prize Committee for awarding me this prestigeous prize. I regard it as a precious gift to all those people in East Timor who long for and work for justice and peace in their hearts, in their families, in their villages and towns and in their regions. The Peace Prize is also for all Indonesians, whether individuals and groups, who strive for attaining and deepening peace and justice. I must admit that when I received the news of being bestowed this honour, it was with mixed feelings. From now on, maybe the international community no longer would regard me first and foremost as a Bishop to his flock, but rather more as a Nobel Peace Prize awardee, a political figure. But a Bishop is what I am, and a Bishop is what I will be. What is a Bishop's tasks? First and foremost a pastoral and spiritual task. He is to be solicitous for all Christ's faithful entrusted to his care, whatever their condition or nationality. He is to show a particular apostolic spirit to those who, because of their particular circumstances, are more in need, both spiritually and socially. In this, the Catholic Church is guided by the Social Doctrine of the Church, painstakingly developed over the centuries but in particular during our own century.

3. Bakgrunnsinformasjon Om Øst-Timors Biskop Carlos F. Ximenes Belo
Dette er den uttalelse som biskop carlos felipe ximenes belo ga under sin Dette eren uttalelse av kardinal Roger Etchegaray, Pavens utsending til nobelfesten.
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Om Øst-Timors biskop Carlos F. Ximenes Belo
Tilgjengelige nyhetsmeldinger om biskop Belo
Biskop Belo er blitt omtalt mange ganger i vår nyhetstjeneste . Se også vår nyhetskategori om Øst-Timor . Vi har samlet alle disse nyhetsmeldingene i et arkiv for lettere tilgjengelighet.
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Statement - Belo
Dette er den uttalelse som biskop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo ga under sin pressekonferanse på Nobelinstituttet i Oslo mandag den 9. desember 1996.
Statement - Etchegaray
Dette er en uttalelse av kardinal Roger Etchegaray, Pavens utsending til Nobel-festen
Intervju med biskop Carlos F. Ximenes Belo
Pressemelding fra Caritas Norge : Støtte til biskop Carlos Belos arbeid i Øst-Timor
Bishop Belo Wins Prestigeous International Human Rights Reward
Salesian Bishop In The Forefront To Defend Human Rights
Kardinal Etchegaray, president for det pavelige råd for Rettferdighet og Fred, besøker Øst-Timor (Januar 1996)
A Changed Church - Two decades of struggle in East Timor has made friends and enemies by Matthew Jardine
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4. Press Release - Nobel Peace Prize 1996
The Norwegian nobel Committee has decided to award the nobel Peace Prize for 1996,in two equal parts, to carlos felipe ximenes belo and José RamosHorta for
http://www.nobel.se/peace/laureates/1996/press.html

THE NORWEGIAN NOBEL COMMITTEE
The Nobel Peace Prize 1996 The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for 1996, in two equal parts, to Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo and for their work towards a just and peaceful solution to the conflict in East Timor. In 1975 Indonesia took control of East Timor and began systematically oppressing the people. In the years that followed it has been estimated that one-third of the population of East Timor lost their lives due to starvation, epidemics, war and terror. Carlos Belo, bishop of East Timor, has been the foremost representative of the people of East Timor. At the risk of his own life, he has tried to protect his people from infringements by those in power. In his efforts to create a just settlement based on his people's right to self-determination, he has been a constant spokesman for non-violence and dialogue with the Indonesian authorities. Ramos-Horta has been the leading international spokesman for East Timor's cause since 1975. Recently he has made a significant contribution through the "reconciliation talks" and by working out a peace plan for the region. In awarding this year's Nobel Peace Prize to Belo and Ramos-Horta, the Norwegian Nobel Committee wants to honour their sustained and self-sacrificing contributions for a small but oppressed people. The Nobel Committee hopes that this award will spur efforts to find a diplomatic solution to the conflict in East Timor based on the people's right to self-determination.

5. Nobel Peace Prize - Wikipedia
This is a list of the nobel Peace Prize laureates 1996 carlos felipe ximenes belo(East Timor) and Jose RamosHorta (East Timor) for their work towards a just
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Nobel Peace Prize is one of five Nobel Prizes bequested by the Swedish industrialist and inventor Alfred Nobel . Four of the five prizes are awarded in Stockholm each year, but Nobel had stipulated in his will that the Peace Prize could not be awarded in Sweden. Instead the Norwegian capital of Oslo was chosen as the award site and a Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee is appointed to select the laureate for the Peace Prize. According to the will of Alfred Nobel the prize should be awarded "to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between the nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses".
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6. Nobel Peace Price 1996
The Norwegian nobel Committee has decided to award the nobel Peace Prize for 1996,in two equal parts, to carlos felipe ximenes belo and Jose RamosHorta for
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Nobel peace price 1996 From nobelsrv@www.nobel.ki.seFri Oct 11 12:59:35 1996 Date: Fri, 11 Oct 1996 11:36:57 +0100 From: Nobel Foundation WWW Server

7. Man And Society
nobel peace prize 1997 to Landmines Campaign and Jody Williams nobel peace prize1996 to carlos felipe ximenes belo and Jose RamosHorta nobel peace prize 1995
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8. Eglise Catholique En France - Mgr Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo Quitte Son évêch
Translate this page Mgr carlos felipe ximenes belo a accusé les milices pro-indonésiennes d'occuperla capitale du a déclaré l'évêque, co-lauréat 1996 du prix nobel de la
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Mgr Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo a accusé les milices pro-indonésiennes d'occuper la capitale du Timor Oriental par la violence : "Tout le monde quitte sa maison, parce tout le monde est menacé et les maisons brûlées" a déclaré l'évêque, co-lauréat 1996 du prix Nobel de la Paix interrogé par la BBC. Selon le chef de la police indonésienne, le Général Rusmanhadi, "Mgr Belo a été évacué à Baucau aujourd'hui (lundi) à son initiative afin de garantir sa sécurité."
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9. Nobel Prizes
Prizes report in alphabetic order; if you click upon a name you will be connectedwith relative page of nobel Prizes Archive. belo, carlos felipe ximenes, 1996.
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10. Premi Nobel
pagine dell'Archivio dei Premi nobel. belo, carlos felipe ximenes, 1996.
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11. Bishop Belo Allowed To Leave Indonesia For US
LOS ANGELES, July 16 (AFP) Roman Catholic Bishop carlos felipe ximenes belo ofEast Timor, co-winner of the 1996 nobel Peace Prize, was expected to arrive
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Date: Sat, 17 Jul 1999 09:34:48 -0400
From: "John M. Miller" <fbp@igc.apc.org> Bishop Carlos Ximenes Belo gets go-ahead to travel to United States LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bishop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo of Indonesia got the go-ahead to travel to the United States for a conference on social activism after American officials spent two days sorting out a passport problem. The U.S. State Department intervened to allow Belo to leave Jakarta, Indonesia, said Organizers of Jubilee Justice, a four-day Catholic conference at the University of California, Los Angeles dealing with social activism. Belo, who won the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize for his work on behalf of peace and democracy in the troubled Indonesia territory East Timor , is scheduled to give a keynote address Saturday. Belo was not allowed to leave the country Wednesday, prompting friends and supporters to speculate the Indonesian government was retaliating against Belo for his activism in East Timor . Catholic officials originally believed Indonesian officials prevented Belo from traveling because nationals are not allowed to leave the country within six months of their passport expiration dates. Belo's passport expires in October.

12. Letters To Bishop Belo And Sec. Albright
Most Reverend carlos felipe ximenes belo, SDB Apostolic Administrator Diocese ofDili East Dear Bishop belo,. to make the promise of the 1996 nobel Peace Prize
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Washington, DC 20017 Letters to Bishop Belo and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright
from Bishop Theodore E. McCarrick
June 5, 1998 Most Reverend Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo, S.D.B.
Apostolic Administrator Diocese of Dili
East Timor Dear Bishop Belo, As we Bishops of the United States are about to meet in our Spring Assembly, I am reminded of your presence among us at the Kansas City Assembly last year. It was a great pleasure to have you with us at that time, and I was particularly pleased that you were able to be my guest in Newark. At this historic juncture, our Conference is eager to lend whatever support we can to make the promise of the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize a reality. We believe that the United States government should impress upon the new Indonesian administration the need for a prompt resolution of the East Timor issue, based upon the freely expressed wishes of the people and in accord with the resolutions of the United Nations. Attached is a copy of a letter I have just sent to Secretary Albright expressing those views. I extend warm personal greetings to you and to Bishop Do Nascimento, assuring you of the continued solidarity of our Conference with the Church in East Timor.

13. Bishop Carlos Belo Hero File
hero file. Bishop carlos felipe ximenes belo. Country East Timor. 1996 In Octoberbelo and José Ramos-Horta and are awarded the nobel Peace Prize for
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Bishop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo
Country: East Timor. Cause: Liberation of East Timor from Indonesian regime. Background: East Timor is colonised by the Portuguese in the 16th Century. When the Portuguese leave in 1975 it appears the colony might finally gain its independence. But Indonesia invades at the end of the same year. The East Timorese begin a 24-year struggle to liberate their homeland. More background Mini biography: Born on 3 February 1948 in Wailakama, a village in Vemasse, Baucau, East Timor. His father, a school teacher, dies when he is two years old. Belo grows up on a farm. - He leaves East Timor to study theology in Portugal. - The announcement by a new government in Portugal that it intends to withdraw from its colonies divides the East Timorese population and results in the formation of new political groups. The Marxist Revolutionary Front for East Timor's Independence (FRETILIN), founded on 20 May, calls for the immediate participation of East Timorese in the colonial government leading to full independence. The Timorese Democratic Union (UDT) initially favours a continued association with Portugal. When the UDT shifts its position the two groups join in an independence campaign.

14. Nobel Prize In Peace Since 1901
nobel Prize in Peace since 1901 Year, Winners. 1901, Dunant, Jean Henri;Passy, Frederic. 1996, belo, carlos felipe ximenes; RamosHorta, Jose.
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Nobel Prize in Peace since 1901 Year Winners Dunant, Jean Henri; Passy, Frederic Ducommun, Elie; Gobat, Charles Albert Cremer, Sir William Randal Institute Of International Law Suttner, Bertha Sophie Felicita Von Roosevelt, Theodore Moneta, Ernesto Teodoro; Renault, Louis Arnoldson, Klas Pontus; Bajer, Fredrik Beernaert, Auguste Marie Francois; Constant, Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'estournelles De Permanent International Bureau Asser, Tobias Michael Carel; Fried, Alfred Hermann Root, Elihu Fontaine, Henri La International Committee Of The Red Cross Wilson, Thomas Woodrow Bourgeois, Leon Victor Auguste Branting, Karl Hjalmar; Lange, Christian Lous Nansen, Fridtjof Chamberlain, Sir Austen; Dawes, Charles Gates Briand, Aristide; Stresemann, Gustav Buisson, Ferdinand; Quidde, Ludwig Kellogg, Frank Billings Soederblom, Lars Olof Nathan Addams, Jane; Butler, Nicholas Murray Angell, Sir Norman Henderson, Arthur Ossietzky, Carl Von Lamas, Carlos Saavedra Cecil, Lord Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne Refugees, Nansen International Office For International Committee Of The Red Cross Hull, Cordell

15. Nobel Prize Winners In Peace
Ten Years of nobel Prize Winners in Peace 1996, carlos felipe ximenes belo Bishopof East Timor José RamosHorta, international spokesman for East Timor's
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Visit our main Nobel Prize page with all the winners Ten Years of Nobel Prize Winners in Peace Year Recipient Major Reason The United Nations and Kofi Annan Kim Dae Jung for his work for democracy and human rights in South Korea and in East Asia in general, and for peace and reconciliation with North Korea in particular Doctors Without Borders Recognition of the organization's pioneering humanitarian work on several continents United Nations peacekeeping forces Role in reducing tensions where an armistice has been arranged Dalai Lama (Tenzin Gyatso), Tibet Nonviolent campaign to end Chinese domination of Tibet Mikhail S. Gorbachev, Russia Role in promoting openness in U.S.S.R., helping end Cold War, allowing independence in Eastern Europe Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar Peaceful struggle for democracy, human rights, ethnic conciliation Rigoberta Menchu, Guatemala Peaceful campaigning for Native Americans and other ethnic peoples' rights Nelson Mandela and F.W. de Klerk, South Africa. For peace in South Africa Yasser Arafat, Gaza Strip, Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres, Israel

16. Belo, Carlos Felipe Ximenes. The American Heritage® Dictionary Of The English L
belo, carlos felipe ximenes. An outspoken critic of Indonesia's invasion and colonizationof East Timor, he shared the 1996 nobel Peace Prize with José Ramos
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17. SSPXAsia.com: East Timor News Archive
Bishop carlos felipe ximenes belo, apostolic administrator of Dili, nobel peaceprize winner in 1996, has taken an active part in promoting the rights of the
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Timor Begs For Helpers November 8, 2002 - East Timor's Nobel Peace Prizewinner Bishop Belo is appealing for volunteers to help his struggling nation that is still less than one year old. He wants teachers of Portuguese and he wants priests, for the smallest parish there numbers 50,000 souls. Those that come though "will have to get used to great sacrifices because here we don't eat meat or drink wine." There are still 50,000 illegally detained prisoners still suffering at the hands of terrorists who threaten anyone who wants to return home across the border to East Timor. These prisoners live in terrible conditions, many children dying, many girls being raped by the soldiers. The soldiers are allegedly drawn to the international aid sent to the prisoners.
Trial Begins Over Massacre in a Church in East Timor
JAKARTA, Indonesia, MAY 29, 2002 (Zenit.org).- Indonesia's newly established human rights court called its first witness from East Timor to testify over violence surrounding the tiny territory's bloody independence vote in 1999.

18. Citation Nobel
The Norwegian nobel Committee has decided to award the nobel Peace Prize for 1996,in two equal parts, to carlos felipe ximenes belo and José RamosHorta for
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Text of the Norwegian Nobel Committee's citation for the 1996 Peace Prize
The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for 1996, in two equal parts, to Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo and for their work toward a just and peaceful solution to the conflict in East Timor. In 1975, Indonesia took control of East Timor and began systematically oppressing the people. In the years that followed it has been estimated that one-third of the population of East Timor lost their lives due to starvation, epidemics, war and terror. Carlos Belo, bishop of East Timor, has been the foremost representative of the people of East Timor. At the risk of his own life, he has tried to protect his people from infringements by those in power. In his efforts to create a just settlement based on his people's right to self-determination, he has been a constant spokesman for non-violence and dialogue with the Indonesian authorities. Ramos-Horta has been the leading international spokesman for East Timor's cause since 1975. Recently he has made a significant contribution through the "reconciliation talks" and by working out a peace plan for the region. In awarding this year's Nobel Peace Prize to Belo and Ramos-Horta, the Norwegian Nobel Committee wants to honor their sustained and self-sacrificing contributions for a small but oppressed people.

19. Irwin Abrams: "Nobel Prize Has Antioch Link"
This year the nobel Peace Prize has a local connection. Jose RamosHorta of EastTimor, who with his countryman Bishop carlos felipe ximenes belo will be
http://www.irwinabrams.com/articles/ddn_dec96.html
NOBEL PRIZE HAS ANTIOCH LINK By Irwin Abrams Dayton Daily News , Op-Ed, December 6, 1996. This year the Nobel Peace Prize has a local connection. Jose Ramos-Horta of East Timor, who with his countryman Bishop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo will be presented with the award at the ceremony in Oslo on December 10, received his Master of Arts degree from Antioch University in 1984. Moreover, Congressman Tony Hall has been one of the prominent nominators of Bishop Belo for the prize. For his M.A. thesis, Ramos-Horta says in the preface that he decided to write "on the tragedy of the people of East Timor, not only out of moral and patriotic duty, but because it constitutes one of the most glaring examples of human rights violations in modern times that the rest of the world knows little and cares less about." Ramos-Horta's tiny homeland is only the eastern half of a remote island at the very tip of the long strung out Indonesian archipelago, much closer to Australia than to Jakarta, Indonesia's capital. The world took little note when East Timor, a former Portuguese colony populated mainly by Catholics, after a brief period of independence was invaded in 1975 and then annexed by its giant Moslem neighbor. East Timorese continued resistance has met with years of brutal military oppression, in which almost a third were killed or died from starvation and disease. Occasionally stories of the murders, rapes and tortures would surface in the world's media, notably in 1991 when news photos and a film circulated of an appalling massacre of some 200 men, women and children shot in cold blood at a funeral procession. But then for most of the world East Timor receded again into obscurity.

20. Nobel Prize Winners For 1991-Present
information, literature, Szymborska, Wislawa, Poland, poet. peace,belo, carlos felipe ximenes, Timorese, peace, RamosHorta, José, Timorese,
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Year Category Article Country* Achievement Literary Area chemistry Ernst, Richard R. Switzerland improvements in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy economic science Coase, Ronald U.S. application of economic principles to the study of law literature Gordimer, Nadine South Africa novelist peace Aung San Suu Kyi Myanmar physics Gennes, Pierre-Gilles de France discovery of general rules for behaviour of molecules physiology/medicine Neher, Erwin Germany discovery of how cells communicate, as related to diseases physiology/medicine Sakmann, Bert Germany discovery of how cells communicate, as related to diseases chemistry Marcus, Rudolph A. U.S. explanation of how electrons transfer between molecules economics Becker, Gary S. U.S. application of economic theory to social sciences literature Walcott, Derek St. Lucia poet peace Guatemala physics Charpak, Georges France inventor of detector that traces subatomic particles physiology/medicine Fischer, Edmond H. U.S. discovery of class of enzymes called protein kinases physiology/medicine Krebs, Edwin Gerhard

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