Just off the wire:
The U.N. nuclear watchdog and its head, Mohamed ElBaradei, won the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their efforts to limit the spread of atomic weapons.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee picked the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and ElBaradei, an Egyptian, from a record field of 199 candidates.
It praised ElBaradei as an "unafraid advocate" of measures to strengthen non-proliferation efforts. (Full citation)
The prize is to be split equally between the agency and ElBaradei, who will be holding a press conference later today.