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No Sign of Dylan as Obama Welcomes Four Nobel Prize Laureates to the White House

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News video: No Sign of Dylan as Obama Welcomes Four Nobel Prize Laureates to the White HousePresident Barack Obama (C) is flanked by 2016 Nobel economics laureate Oliver Hart of Harvard (L-R), physics laureate Duncan Haldane of Princeton and physics laureate Michael Kosterlitz of Brown University as he welcomes them in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S. WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama welcomed four recipients of the Nobel Prize to the White House on Wednesday. Singer Bob Dylan wasn’t among them. Obama used the Oval Office meeting to send a reminder that America is unique in its ability to attract talent from all around the world to study at its universities.

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