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January 14, 2002
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A group of anonymous Jews from Latin America established the first “Jewish Nobel Prize.” The award will be given to Jews who have excelled in the categories of culture and art, social sciences, liberal arts, applied sciences and Judaism, according to the Israeli daily Yediot Achronot. Each winner will receive $1 million.

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