I’m sure you’ve all heard of Malala Yousafzai, she’s the teenage girl who spoke out against the Government in Pakistan. Malala believed that girls should be able to go to school, but got shot in the head when she was campaigning for girls’ right of education. She had an operation in Pakistan, but was moved to a hospital where they had to reconstruct Malala’s skull. She has a titanium plate and cochlea implant, which was fitted at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham England. Malala has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Fortunately, Malala Yousafzai has made an excellent recovery in Birmingham, and left the Hospital last Thursday, the 14th of March. She had her first day back at school on Tuesday 19th March. The president of Pakistan said that she’s a remarkable girl, and a credit to Pakistan. This News report was created by Phoebe, Caitlin, Dionne and Rose for the BBC school news report day.


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