Pakistani teen activist Malala honoured, vows to step up fight
THE HAGUE (AFP) - Pakistani teen Malala Yousafzai, shot in the head last year by the Taleban for campaigning for girls' education, vowed on Friday to intensify her struggle for "a world where everyone can go to school".
Speaking at a ceremony in The Hague, where she was awarded the 2013 International Children's Peace Prize, Malala said last October's attack on her had made her more determined than ever to continue her campaign.
"I was just one target for their violence," Malala said in her acceptance speech, referring to her near-fatal shooting when a Taleban gunman's bullet grazed her brain.
"There are many others for whom we must continue... so that children all over the world can have a right to go to school," she said to thunderous applause.