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  Malala plea over Nigeria schoolgirls  England: Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl who survived a shooting by Taliban, has said the world must not stay silent over the abduction   Taliban says it would target Malala again  NW Pakistan: The Pakistani Taliban would again target 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai, an advocate of education for girls who survived an assassination attempt Murdered Pakistan politician buried. Karachi Pakistani politician is shot dead
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B. 2017-09-17 Sharif wife 'wins Lahore seat' Lahore
C. 2014-12-09 Malala's bloodied school uniform on display Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, Norway
2014-10-10 Malala and Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize Norway
4. 2014-05-27 Pakistan woman stoned by family outside court Lahore
F. 2014-05-07 Malala plea over Nigeria schoolgirls England
6. 2013-10-07 Taliban says it would target Malala again NW Pakistan
H. 2013-05-19 Murdered Pakistan politician buried Karachi
8. 2013-05-18 Pakistani politician is shot dead Karachi
J. 2011-05-26 Hillary Clinton in Pakistan visit Pakistan

Pakistan woman stoned by family outside court Map of Lahore
Sharif wife 'wins Lahore seat' Map of Lahore  The wife of Pakistan's former prime minister who stepped down over a corruption inquiry has won a key seat in Lahore Malala's bloodied school uniform on display. Norway   Malala and Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize


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   Norway: Pakistani child education activist Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, an Indian child rights campaigner, have jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize
 Malala, 17, is the youngest ever recipient of the prize. She was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in 2012 for campaigning for girls' education
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  Lahore: 30-year old Farzana Bibi died has been killed by her relatives outside Lahore High Court for marrying against their wishes

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  Karachi: Zahra Shahid Hussain, the senior VP of Pakistan's Movement for Justice party (PTI), has been shot dead in the southern port city of Karachi


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May.26 Hillary Clinton in Pakistan visit

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Jul.18   Clinton in Pakistan to bolster relations
  U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived, as Washington struggles to change its relationship with 'one of the most critical countries'

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Oct.27   Clinton in Pakistan to rewrite relations  The secretary of state arrived in nuclear-armed Pakistan, a country hit hard by terrorism, economic crisis Apr.22   Clinton: Pakistan in danger
  Washington: U.S. Secretary of State warned that Pakistan is in danger of falling into terrorist hands because of failed government policies

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Dec.3   Rice urges tough Pakistan action   US Secretary of State has called on the Pakistani government to take a 'tough line' on terrorism after arriving in Islamabad for talks   US urges Pakistan help on Mumbai  New Delhi: Secretary of State Rice has said that Pakistan must act 'fully and transparently' in efforts to bring the Mumbai attackers to justice Sep.24 Zardari tells Palin she's 'gorgeous'
. New York Jan.22   Bhutto's niece: End 'dynastic' cronyism  Some of the toughest criticism of pro-democracy movement comes from 25-year-old Fatima Bhutto, who says party politics support military rule

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Dec.23 Bhutto: Government's weakened
Nov.16   Bhutto rejects new interim cabinet  The opposition leader, freed from house arrest, has rejected Musharraf's new interim government, deeming it 'not acceptable' Nov.15   Bhutto 'freed from house arrest'   Lahore: Benazir Bhutto has been released from house arrest. She had been planning a mass protest march Nov.12 Bhutto put under house arrest Nov.10 Bhutto blocked from visiting chief justice Nov.9   Ex-PM Bhutto under house arrest
  Pakistani opposition leader has been placed under house arrest and her home surrounded by security forces
Nov.8 Bhutto house surrounded by police   The house of opposition leader has been surrounded by police, hours before her party is due to hold a mass rally Nov.7 Bhutto issues ultimatum Oct.26 Bhutto visits ancestral village   Former Prime Minister has arrived under heavy security at her ancestral village in Larkana in southern Sindh province Oct.19 Bhutto determined to contest poll   Former Pakistani PM has promised she will never surrender to militants following twin bomb attacks on her convoy which killed 130 people Oct.18 Thousands throng Bhutto on return
  Karachi: Vowing to help return democracy to Pakistan, former Prime Minister ended 8 years of self-imposed exile and returned to her native country.    Benazir Bhutto has begun a triumphant open-top bus procession from airport to the city center. ...
Oct.4 Bhutto upbeat over power-sharing  London: Ex-Pakistani PM has said she is 'optimistic' of a power-sharing deal with President Musharraf Sep.14 Ex-PM Bhutto names return date  Former Pakistani Prime Minister, who has been living in exile since 1999, says she plans to return to her country on October 18 Sep.1 Bhutto announces Pakistan return
  London: Pakistan's exiled former Prime Minister said that power-sharing talks with Musharraf had stalled but she planned to return even without a deal Jul.28   Musharraf in talks with Bhutto   Abu Dhabi: The embattled president sat down with a major exiled opposition leader Benazir Bhutto in Abu Dhabi


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