A Pakistan girl shot in the head by the Taliban and viewed by many as a hero has returned to school for the first time since she was attacked by militants.
Malala Yousufzai was shot in the head in October because of her support for girls’ education.
She is now attending school in England, where she has been receiving medical treatment.
“I want to learn about politics, about social rise and about law, I want to learn how to bring change in this world and how I should work for the happiness and the education of the girl,” Yousufzai said.
Today, she said there was nothing more important to her in the world than to return to school.
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