Nobel prize winner Malala is back in Pakistan after attack

ISLAMABAD – nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai for the first time since the failed assassination attempt returned to her home country. She was in 2012 in Pakistan by militants of the Taliban by her head shot, because she was involved in the access of girls to education.

On the Pakistani television, images were broadcast of Yousafzai and her parents at the airport of capital city of Islamabad. Allegedly, she will include a visit to premier Shadid Khaqan Abbasi, reports the BBC.

Yousafzai was after the failed attack transferred to the United Kingdom for further medical treatment. The now 20-year-old activist remained in England to live and, if in 2014 the Nobel prize for Peace.

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