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 A picture made available on 09 October 2012 shows Malala Yousafzai in Islamabad, Pakistan, 08 March 2012. Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani teenager who won international praise for advocating girls' education despite Taliban threats was shot and wounded by unknown gunmen in Swat on 09 October 2012. Pakistan awarded her the first-ever National Peace Award last year in recognition for her struggle for girls' education, which the Taliban banned after seizing control of the Swat valley. She was also nominated for the International Children's Peace Prize. EPA/T. MUGHAL /LANDOV
 A picture made available on 09 October 2012 shows Malala Yousafzai in Islamabad, Pakistan, 08 March 2012. Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani teenager who won international praise for advocating girls' education despite Taliban threats was shot and wounded by unknown gunmen in Swat on 09 October 2012. Pakistan awarded her the first-ever National Peace Award last year in recognition for her struggle for girls' education, which the Taliban banned after seizing control of the Swat valley. She was also nominated for the International Children's Peace Prize. EPA/T. MUGHAL /LANDOV

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