Malala Yousafzai: ‘Girls in Nigeria are my sisters’

#BRING BACK OUR GIRLS

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Malala Yousafzai, the world’s most famous advocate for girls’ right to education, tells CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that “girls in Nigeria are my sisters.”

Yousafzai survived an assassination attempt by the Pakistani Taliban in her native country in 2002. The group targeted her because of our outspoken support for girls’ education.

She says that Boko Haram, which kidnapped nearly 300 girls in Nigeria, does not understand Islam.

“I think they haven’t studied Islam yet, they haven’t studied Quran yet, and they should go and they should learn Islam,” she told Amanpour from Birmingham, in the UK, where she has been living and attending school. (She is now the face of The Malala Fund.)

“I think that they should think of these girls as their own sisters. How can one imprison his own sisters and treat them in such a bad way?”

You can see Amanpour’s full interview with Malala below.

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FIRST ON CNN: Ukraine warns Russia in phone call: Don’t invade

Every Russian’s in Ukraine FEELS that they can do A Crimean KIND OF MOVIE !!

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By Mick Krever, CNN

Ukraine’s Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs, Andrii Deshchytsia, warned Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in a phone call on Monday not to invade his country.

“I expressed our concern about the situation,” Deshchytsia told CNN’s Fred Pleitgen, sitting in for Christiane Amanpour. “I also warned him not to use any military force to protect Russians in eastern Ukraine, since we have enough power to protect Russian-speaking [people].”

“We both agreed that we have to deploy all necessary means to deescalate [the] situation.”

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Pro-Russian protesters have seized state buildings in several eastern Ukrainian cities, prompting accusations from Kiev that Moscow is trying to “dismember” the country and carry out a replay of Crimea.

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Crimean minority Tatar leader warns of possible bloodshed

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By Mick Krever, CNN

The leader of Crimea’s Muslim minority, the Tatars, warned on Monday of possible bloodshed in Crimea and southern Ukraine.

“Our largest, biggest concern is about the possibility of clashes, of large scale bloodshed in Crimea,” Mustafa Dzhemilev, who is a member of Ukraine’s parliament, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour in an exclusive interview.

The Ukrainian military will fight, despite an imbalance in power, if the Russian military goes further into Ukraine, Dzhemilev said.

“No matter how weak we are in military in comparison to Russia…we’ll start fire.”

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“We’ll open fire if [the Russian] Army will move further. And it’s hardly within Russia’s interests or President Putin’s interests, but we can’t exclude anything.”

“But all this will result in bloodshed.”

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NO ! NO ! NO ! WHO EVER IS DOING THESE IN RUSSIA !!!

Sunday’s suicide bomb attack on the city’s train station,

Second blast in Volgograd; at least 11 killed …

NO MATTER THE PROBLEM WHO EVER THAT IS DOING THESE  IN RUSSIA HAVE WITH GOVERNMENT …… THESE WILL NEVER AND EVER BE THE SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM …. SO STOP THE BOMBING … PLS ! PLS ! PLS ! PLS !