Online, disappointment that Malala didna t win Nobel Peace Prize

There are 1 comment on the Oct 11, 2013, The Washington Post story titled Online, disappointment that Malala didna t win Nobel Peace Prize. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Since early October, 20 OPCW inspectors have been quite active in Syria, attempting to find and destroy 1,000 tons of chemical weapons with only unarmed U.N. security forces and some Syrian government troops to guard them.

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#1 Oct 11, 2013
Why do chemical inspectors need be given the Nobel for inspecting what they do for a living and the chemicals are sealed in drums so what is the risk ?

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