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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) This year's Nobel prize winners in physics, chemistry, economic sciences, medicine and literature were awarded their prizes at a royal ceremony in the Stockholm Concert Hall on Tuesday (December 10). While the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo, the other Nobel prizes are handed out in Stockholm on the same day, December 10, the date dynamite inventor Alfred Nobel died. The winners received their awards from Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf. Canadian author Alice Munro, who won the prize for literature, did not attend the awards ceremony because of ill health. Her daughter, Jenny Munro collected the prize in Sweden. But the other 11 laureates were there to pick up their prizes, worth 8 million crowns (1.25 million United States dollars). Britain's Peter Higgs and Belgium's Francois Englert won the physics prize for predicting the existence of the Higgs boson - the particle key to explaining why elementary matter has ma