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Malala visits women at flood camps in Pakistan


Nobel Peace Laureate Malala Yousafzai meets with victims of Pakistan's devastating monsoon floods, in only the second visit to her home country since being shot by the Taliban a decade ago. She visited camps in rural Sindh province where she met with women who have fled their submerged villages.

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