Bob Dylan collects Nobel Prize award

American musician Bob Dylan has finally collected his Nobel Prize for literature in Sweden. The singer missed last year's ceremony, citing previous commitments.

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    American musician Bob Dylan has finally collected his Nobel Prize for literature in Sweden.

    The singer missed last year's ceremony, citing previous commitments.

    And while the reclusive musician turned up this time, he still managed to keep it a private affair.

    Al Jazeera's Mereana Hond reports.


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