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Myanmar's democracy icon and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, but could not personally receive the honor as she was wary of not being let back into her country if she traveled to Oslo.
It was her son who received the Nobel medal on her behalf.
On June 16, now as a member the Myanmar Parliament, she was finally in Norway, speaking of her journey and struggle thus far. It was a triumphant appearance but Suu Kyi also urged caution, warning that the struggle for democracy and human rights in Myanmar (also called by dissidents by its former official name, "Burma") is far from over. She noted that there are still many political prisoners in the country.
Here's a video of her Nobel Peace Prize Lecture delivered at the Oslo City Hall.