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Hollywood Stars to Honor Nobel Peace Laureate

December 12, 2005 (6:50 am) GMT
Salma Hayek and Julianne Moore, praised Nobel peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei Sunday for his efforts to save humanity from nuclear weapons

Oscar-nominated actress and her celebrity pals, including , , , and , have all become masters of ceremony for this year's Nobel Peace Prize Concert in honor of International Atomic Energy Agency and it's chief Mohamed ElBaradei. Held Sunday Dec 11, the celebration is broadcast to about 100 countries and has become the cornerstone of three days of Nobel peace celebrations in Norway.

Praised Nobel peace laureate ElBaradei for his efforts to save humanity from nuclear weapons, Hayek commented "ElBaradei said the largest threat to world security and all of our futures is (nuclear) terrorism. There is nothing more pressing right now than a global effort for peace and control of these materials. I don't think there is anything more pressing ... than the future of mankind."

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