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Malala meets Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi

By Reuters
30 March 2018   |   5:38 am
The Nobel laureate and education activist returned to her native Pakistan, six years after she was shot by Taliban gunmen over her advocacy for schooling for girls.

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