2021 Nobel Peace Prize winners have faced a year of battles


              FILE-  David Beasley, right, the head of the World Food Program (WFP), which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2020 and 2021 Nobel Peace Prize winners Dmitry Muratov, center, from Russia and Maria Ressa of the Philippines react as they stand on the balcony of the Grand Hotel in Oslo, Norway, Friday, Dec. 10, 2021. For the two journalists who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021, the past year has not been easy. Dmitry Muratov of Russia and Maria Ressa of the Philippines have been fighting for the survival of their news organizations, defying government efforts to silence them. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, File)
            
              FILE _ Nobel Peace Prize winners Dmitry Muratov from Russia, right, and Maria Ressa of the Philippines acknowledge the crowd gathered below as they stand on the balcony of the Grand Hotel in Oslo, Norway, Friday, Dec. 10, 2021. For the two journalists who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021, the past year has not been easy. Dmitry Muratov of Russia and Maria Ressa of the Philippines have been fighting for the survival of their news organizations, defying government efforts to silence them.  (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, FIle)
            
              FILE - Nobel Peace Prize winner Dmitry Muratov from Russia works on his speech at his room in The Grand Hotel in Oslo, Norway Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021 ahead of a press conference. Muratov is in Oslo where he will be awarded the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize along with fellow journalist Maria Ressa of the Philippines. For the two journalists who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021, the past year has not been easy. Dmitry Muratov of Russia and Maria Ressa of the Philippines have been fighting for the survival of their news organizations, defying government efforts to silence them. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, FIle)
            
              FILE - Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa of the Philippines gestures as she speaks during the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony at Oslo City Hall, Norway, Friday, Dec. 10, 2021. For the two journalists who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021, the past year has not been easy. Dmitry Muratov of Russia and Maria Ressa of the Philippines have been fighting for the survival of their news organizations, defying government efforts to silence them. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, File)
            
              FILE - Nobel Peace Prize winners Dmitry Muratov from Russia, right, and Maria Ressa of the Philippines embrace during the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony at Oslo City Hall, Norway, Friday, Dec. 10, 2021.  For the two journalists who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021, the past year has not been easy. Dmitry Muratov of Russia and Maria Ressa of the Philippines have been fighting for the survival of their news organizations, defying government efforts to silence them. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, File)
2021 Nobel Peace Prize winners have faced a year of battles