1986 Nobel Peace winner Elie Wiesel (C), his son E

Elie Wiesel (center), accepting the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986.

OSLO, NORWAY – DECEMBER 10: 1986 Nobel Peace winner Elie Wiesel (C), his son Elisha (L) and Nobel Peace Prize Committee chairman Egil Aarvik (R) display Nobel Peace Prize during the awarding ceremony 10 December 1986 in Oslo. Wiesel, a naturalized American citizen, was born 30 September 1928 in Sighet (Romania). A survivor of the Nazi concentrations camp, he has spent his adult life fighting for the rights of Holocaust victims. (Photo credit should read INGE GJELLESVIK/AFP/Getty Images)

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