Profile: Nobel Prize Laureate, Juan Manuel Santos
Americas Now • 6m 34s
The Nobel Prize is considered one of the world's highest honors. But in its 100-year-history, only 16 Latin Americans have received it. Michele Begue interviewed former Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, the latest laureate from the region. He reflected on receiving this important global award.
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