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After Malala Yousafzai - a 14-year-old blogger from Pakistan who called for girls to be educated was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen - we hear the interview she gave to Outlook in January 2012. In it, she explains why she is willing to risk her life to speak up for the rights of girls.
Also, the Guatemalan film maker whose brother was "disappeared" by the military regime in the 1980s.
And a German father describes how he started cross-dressing in support of his five-year-old son.
(Image: Pakistani Islamist activists carry photographs of the gunshot victim Malala Yousafzai during a protest rally against her assassination attempt. Credit: Arif Ali/AFP/GettyImages)
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