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Pakistani teenage activist tells her story to John Stewart

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani teenage activist shot by the Taliban and who is tipped as Nobel Peace Prize contender, talked with comedian John Stewart on his satirical news program "The Daily Show" on Tuesday. The 16-year-old, who was shot in the head by the Taliban exactly a year ago on October 9 for demanding education for girls, gave a speech at the United Nations in July saying she would not bow to "terrorists" who thought they could silence her. The saga of her recovery from the attempted assassination and her promotion of women's education and peace has tipped her as a favorite for the peace prize among experts and betting agencies. This week her book, which tells her story and the story of the Taliban's control of the Swat Valley in northern Pakistan, was released. "When in Pakistan we were stopped from going to school, at that time I realized that education is very important and education is the power for women and that'

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