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Tipped for the Nobel: Greek islanders

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>> Nominated for the Nobel Prize, the islanders of Lesbos. They've opened up their hearts and homes to tens of thousands of people. Who've washed up on Greece's Aegean islands. On their perilous journeys to flee persecution and poverty. Emilia. An 85 year old grandmother is among a handful of islanders symbolically nominated to represent Lesbos.
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>> No one knows how many people the islanders have rescued.
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But it's believed to be in the hundreds.