Malala started campaigning for the education of girls in Swat valley of Pakistan at the age of eleven. She first rose to prominence by keeping a diary on a BBC blog about the Taliban control of the region and the problems for education of girls. Since then, Malala has been advocating through
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Shangcun is the rural epicentre of China’s fur-pelt industry. More than 60 per cent of the country’s trade in unprocessed fur is conducted on the streets and in open-air markets of the tiny town about 100 kilometres south of Beijing. In one corner of the market animals are killed. Women snatch