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14 Nov
The French press discusses the new Covid-19 rules and policy changes in President Emmanuel Macron's address to the nation. We also see how French papers are covering the Paris visit of US Vice President Kamala Harris. Finally, the British and Pakistani press are celebrating Malala's happy news.
23 Aug
Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai says she is upset for her "Afghan sisters" and that it remains to be seen if Taliban pledges on rights for women and girls translate into action after their takeover of Afghanistan. Yousafzai, long an advocate for girls' education, survived a Pakistani Taliban assassination attempt when she was just 15 years old when the militants shot her in the head in rural northwest Pakistan.
30 Mar 2018
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.
18 Jul 2017
Malala seeks a state of emergency in Nigeria's education sector.

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