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You wake up, you go to school, not the case for everyone.
This is Malala Yusufzai, that name might sound familiar, she is from Pakistan.
And in her home country, girls don't always have access to education.
Malala stood up for equal education rights for girls.
Back in 2011, she explained why she thinks it's important to do it.
"If I didn't raise my voice now, so when will I raise my voice?
I have rights, I have the right of education, I have the right to play, I have the right to sing, I have the right to talk, I have the right to go to market, I have the right to speak up."
Because she took a stand, Malala was attacked and she was shot in the head.
She was moved to a hospital in the United Kingdom, and this weekend, she had two surgeries.
This animation shows where one of the bullets hit Malala, you see that part of the skull that's missing.
Doctors had to remove that to try to prevent severe brain damage .
They held on to that fragment to see if it might be reattached.
Malala's head and the fragment changed, so this weekend, the surgeons attached a titanium plate to her skull.
Her doctor says Malala has no longlasting brain injuries.
You might think that after going through all of that, Malala would just want to focus on her recovery. And she is, but she is also looking beyond that.
"The thing I would just get better very soon, and there will be no problem, I would heal after one month, in this year, I hope, and the thing is that my mission is the same to help people and I would do that."
“我就会更好的很快康复,不会有任何问题, 一个月后我会痊愈,在今年,我希望, 我的任务还是和过去一样，帮助人们而且我一样会这样做。”
In the United States, the issue of guns is getting a lot of attention right now.
One of the biggest voices in this conversation is president Obama's, he was talking about guns in Minnesota yesterday.
He had meeting with police officers and other officials there, and he told them he thinks it's important to address this issue now.
The president is pushing for stricter gun laws, something his critics are pushing against.
But there is something to keep in mind, the president may want new gun laws, but he can't make them, he can suggest plans or ideas, but the only group that can actually make and pass laws is Congress.
What the president can do is try to move the process forward,one of the ways he can do that is what he was doing yesterday in Minnesota.
He hits the road and he tries to rally support like he does during a presidential campaign, except instead of rallying support from his election, he is rallying support for his plan.
In this case, his plan for new gun laws.
We asked you for your thoughts on the issue of guns and here is some what you had to say on our facebook page.
From Kari, " The worst way to fight bad guys with guns is to use good guys with guns, violence is not the answer to solving our nation's problems."
But Ameber feels that guns don't kill people, saying that is like saying pencils misspell words.
Blake said something similar, "If you take away guns, then you have to take away cars, knives, baseball bats and any other weapon that kills people."
And Nomith's point of view is that if no one has gun that no one can kill each other pointlessly, get rid of them.
They did it as a matter of routine.
Education develops potential abilities.
They talked of their holiday plans with great animation.
The damage to the painting is the work of vandals.
She soon becomes the centre of attention.