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U.N. / Yousafzai Speech #1060516

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 12, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Amna Nawaz) The speech at the U.N. by Malala Yousafzai††, the Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban for promoting education for girls, reviewed; details given about her petition to provide education for every child around the world. [U.N. special envoy for education Gordon BROWN†- wishes Malala a happy 16th birthday.] [YOUSAFZAI - says they thought the bullet would silence us but they failed.] [Father Ziauddin YOUSAFZAI†- says she was more worried about her geography homework than her speech.]

Williams, Brian;
Nawaz, Amna

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