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Russian journalist and Nobel Peace Prize winner auctions award for $103 Million

Russian Nobel winner auctions award for Ukraine’s children. Dmitry Muratov’s award sold for over $103 M.

Where: New York City

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Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov has auctioned off his Nobel Peace Prize to raise money for Ukrainian child refugees.
The prize was sold to an unidentified buyer by proxy for $103.5 million.
This was the highest ever paid for a Nobel prize.
Heritage Auctions in New York City auctioned the prize on Monday night.
According to Heritage Auctions, “All proceeds will benefit UNICEF’s humanitarian response benefitting Ukrainian refugees displaced by war.”

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