World Bulletin / News Desk
Tawakkol Karman, the Nobel Peace prize winner for 2011, has donated her cash prize to the families of those killed during the Arab Spring revolution in Yemen. A status update on her Facebook page revealed that she had given her $500,000 prize money to charity.
"I have waited for this to dedicate the most precious of what I own to the greatest of those whom I have ever loved," said Karman.
Karman became the first Arab woman and the youngest person ever to become a Nobel Peace winner for her efforts for freedom during the revolution.
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