Dalai Lama calls for peace at Nobel Peace Summit
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The Dalai Lama has told the Nobel Peace summit in Warsaw urged that the world's conflicts "should not be solved through violence but dialogue".
Former Nobel Peace Prize winners Dalai Lama and Bangladeshi banker and economist Muhammad Yunus in Warsaw: photo - Leszek Szymanski/PAP
"Violence only increases suffering," the Tibetan spiritual leader said at the summit on Wednesday - which brings together several winners of the Nobel Peace Prize - now in its third day in the Polish capital, including the 1983 winner Lech Walesa.
The Dalai Lama was speaking at the 'Solidarity and Reconciliation: no more war' session being held at the Palace of Science and Culture.
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