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A Pakistani girl whose defiance of the Taliban turned her into an international icon is headed toward a full recovery, doctors say.
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31/01/2013 10:48:02 a.m.
Good to see these women in these dark age countries are realising that all the western world women don't and won't put up with being treated like they get in their countries. Women have a right to be here just as much as any man and hey at the end of the day they will win. Stand up for your rights ladies!!!!!
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