Pakistan's Nobel Peace Prize
winner Malala Yousafzai returned to
her hometown on March 31, six years
after she was shot by Taliban gunmen
because of her support of girls'
education. In 2014 at age 17, Malala
became the youngest recipient of the
Nobel Peace Prize for her education
Amid tight security, the 20-year-old Oxford University student along with her parents landed in the Swat Valley. She had asked authorities to allow her to go to Mingora village in the Swat Valley, where a school has been built by her Malala Fund. Schoolgirls were excited over her arrival.
Malala and her family were not afraid of going to Swat, where Taliban militants wounded her six years ago. "To be honest, I can't believe it that I am here in Pakistan. It still feels like a dream," she said.
巴基斯坦諾貝爾和平獎得主馬拉 拉．尤薩夫塞在3 月31日回到家鄉 ，這也是她6 年前因為支持女孩受 教權，遭塔利班槍擊後首度返國。 2014 年時，馬拉拉年僅17歲，就因 為倡議受教權獲頒諾貝爾獎，是史 上最年輕的諾貝爾和平獎得主。
在嚴密安全戒備下，現年20歲，就讀於牛津大學的馬拉拉和父母回 到家鄉史瓦特河谷。她事前要求當 局允許她造訪史瓦特河谷的明哥拉 村，她名下的馬拉拉基金會在這裡 出資建造了一所學校。女學生興高 采烈歡迎她的來訪。
馬拉拉和家人並不害怕返回史瓦 特，這裡正是6 年前她遭到塔利班 激進分子槍擊受傷之地。她說：「 老實說，我沒想到自己現在人竟然 在巴基斯坦，這彷彿在做夢。」