Archbishop Desmond Tutu has received India’s highest international honor, the Gandhi Peace Prize, and has dedicated it to “the people of South Africa, to the freedom of Darfur and to Aung San Suu Kyi,” the Burmese leader held under house arrest. The honor was conferred in Thrissur, India, on the Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former Anglican archbishop of Cape Town at a ceremony last month by Indian president Abdul Kalam in the presence of other government leaders.


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