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Malala Yousafzai appears on the cover of British Vogue

At least three cover photos have been trending on social media since last night. British Vogue shared the cover photos on its Twitter account, calling it a show-stopping cover look.

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Pakistani education activist, Malala Yousafzai, has graced the cover of the famous fashion magazine, British Vogue, for the July edition.

Pictures of the covers have been circulating on social media since Monday night. While her advocates are celebrating her success, Malala’s detractors are posting sour comments on Twitter. Nevertheless, education activist is garnering praise from all over the world.

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Malala can be seen in her traditional Asian kurta shalwar dress while covering her head with a scarf. At least three cover photos have been trending on social media since last night. British Vogue shared the cover photos on its Twitter account, calling it a show-stopping cover look.

Malala has talked about her life in the UK and her experience of studying at the world’s prestigious Oxford University. From living in Pakistan’s northern mountainous part of Swat and then moving to a foreign land, Malala discussed the transformation she went through.

According to the magazine, “Now an Oxford graduate and at a crossroads in her own life, @Malala opens up to  @TheDalstonYears about love, family and the world she left behind, as well as her ambitious new plans for broadcasting her message.”

“I want to tell everyone that you can have your voice within your culture, and you can have equality in your culture,” said Malala in her interview.

The features have walked the readers through her journey starting from being an education activist in Mingora, Swat aged 11 to being attacked by the Taliban aged 15, and then going through a miraculous recovery.

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A year later she published her autobiography, ‘I am Malala’ that became best-selling globally. She even created ‘Malala Fund’ a charity organization that campaigns for girl’s education across the world.

Back in her home, she is a ‘hero’ to some while others confront her for choosing to live outside Pakistan and not returning to her hometown despite restoration of peace and normalcy in Swat.

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