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Latest Malala Yousafzai Items
Tensions between the Obama administration and the White House Press Corps boiled over Thursday amid a lack of access to the president and the use of government photographers as substitutes for independent journalists.
There was a flamboyant pop star. A legendary singer. A TV star, some supermodels, and one of the world's most powerful philanthropists. Even a former secretary of state who may soon be running for president.
The Pakistani Taliban would target 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai again if given the chance, a spokesman for the militant group told CNN on Monday.
A Pakistani girl who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban has been honored as Harvard University's humanitarian of the year.
Pakistani television now has a counterpart to America's Wonder Woman — a burka-wearing superheroine who teaches at an all-girls' school by day and employs her secret martial arts tactics to battle anti-school thugs by night.
Wonder Woman and Supergirl now have a Pakistani counterpart in the pantheon of female superheroes — one who shows a lot less skin. Meet Burka Avenger: a mild-mannered teacher with secret martial arts skills who uses a flowing black burka to hide her identity as she fights local thugs seeking to shut down the girls’ school where she works.
A senior Taliban commander has purportedly penned a letter to the Pakistani schoolgirl his militant group shot in the head to explain why she was targeted: It wasn't because she wanted to go to school. It was because she dared to criticize the Taliban.
Malala Yousafzai, the 15-year-old Pakistani girl who survived a point-blank gun shot from a Taliban militant who opposed her pro-school activism, has signed a book deal.
The teenage Pakistani girl who was shot in the head by a Taliban member for advocating education for females is now back in school.